Investing in our Neighborhoods
Project includes spot repair and reconstruction of concrete streets in the Caribe Colony neighborhood. Improvements also include repair and reconstruction of various curbs and sidewalks as well as the installation of additional ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) curb ramps.
December 2018: Project awarded to contractor: Hipskind Concrete
November 20, 2018: Project went out for bid
October 2018: Project design and engineering plans finalized
August 16, 2018: Project is in final design phase with construction work expected to begin in late 2018.
PLEASE DO NOT MOVE BARRICADES
Newly poured concrete needs 7 days to cure. Do NOT move barricades and drive over concrete that is curing. It can damage the concrete, reduce the pavement’s life -- causing it to crumble within months. Please be vigilant and stop people from moving barricades.
Parking: Residents may not have access to their driveway while work is being done on the section of their street. Please park away from construction and DO NOT block traffic lanes.
Trash & Recycling Collection: The night before collection day, residents should place their garbage and recycling containers near the curb, away from the barricades of construction zones for collection – which may be across the street or at the end of the cul-de-sac.
If garbage collection trucks are not able to get to your street, due to construction work, they will try to collect the next day, before construction begins in the morning. For more information, call 311.
Neighborhood Engagement: Public Works staff members have been meeting with neighborhood associations to give residents the opportunity to view work zones, meet the contractors and ask questions about work being done in their neighborhoods. For questions or concerns, you may reach the Division of Public Works by calling 311 or 427-8311.