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Citywide Pothole Repair Project Begins Next Week

Post Date:07/19/2018 9:30 AM

7/18 Update: The 2018 Pavement and Striping Repair Project is set to begin!

  • First Order of Work: Industrial Blvd (Harbor to Terminal), Harbor Blvd (Industrial to Beacon)
  • Dates: Sunday, July 22, 2018 – Saturday, July 28, 2018
  • Work Hours: Night Shift 8:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.

Additional work at various locations will occur during typical work hours (7:00 AM – 7:00 PM). Expect delays. For more information regarding the project please visit our project page


The 2018 Pavement and Striping Repairs Project aims to perform substantial interim pavement repairs along high traffic routes, such as Industrial Blvd. Construction is expected to begin in mid to late July.

In preparation for the project, City crews have already marked repair locations along Industrial Blvd (you may have noticed the pink construction markings) and other locations throughout the City.

  Construction Sign Measure E tax dollars at work

Project Scope

  • Industrial Blvd (Harbor Blvd. to Lake Washington Blvd.)
    • wheel path milling and repaved with hot mix asphalt
    • full lane widths will be milled and repaved within 25 feet of Union Pacific’s railroad crossing
  • Harbor Blvd. (Industrial Blvd. to Beacon Rd.) 
    • full lane width milling and repaving within the intersection of Harbor Blvd and Del Monte Blvd.
    • replacement of all loop detectors, detector lead cables, and detector hand holes damaged during milling and repaving
    • detector hand holes shall be adjusted to grade with new paved surface
    • manholes and valve boxes may need to be adjusted to grade
  • West Capitol Ave. (near Enterprise Blvd.)
    • full lane width milling and repaving
    • manholes and valve boxes may need to be adjusted to grade
    • temporary striping and permanent striping may be needed if existing striping is damaged
  • Southport Parkway (Lake Washington Blvd. to Ramco St.)
    • wheel path milling and repaving with hot mix asphalt
    • manholes and valve boxes may need to be adjusted to grade
    • temporary striping and permanent striping may be needed if existing striping is damaged
  • Linden Road.
    • half lane milling and repaving with hot mix asphalt as needed to adjust manholes and valve boxes to grade with adjacent pavement
    • temporary Striping and permanent striping may be needed if existing striping is damaged
  • Marshall Road.
    • removing existing traffic striping, slurry sealing, and re-striping at the intersection of Seymour Avenue
    • removing, relocating, and installing new traffic signs and markers
  • Kegle Road.
    • installing thermoplastic bike share traffic striping, installing bicycle accessible traffic signs, slurry sealing, and re-striping
    • removing, relocating, and installing new traffic signs
  • Enterprise Blvd.
    • removing, improving and replacing traffic striping from Industrial Blvd. to Highway 80
  • Reed Blvd.
    • removing, improving, and replacing thermoplastic traffic striping from Stillwater Road to Riverside Parkway

To report pothole problems, please use the West Sacramento Connect app. 

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