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Mar 29

Road Rehabilitation Projects

Posted on March 29, 2021 at 2:48 PM by Fatana Temory


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The Completion of the Rehabilitation of Newhope Street from Talbert Avenue to Warner Avenue

Rehabilitation of Newhope Street from Talbert Avenue to Warner Avenue, Project TI274 began in July 2019 and was completed on October 4, 2019. Over a mile segment was resurfaced and 17 driveway approaches were reconstructed to meet ADA standards.

In addition, the City reconstructed 8 curb ramps to meet ADA standards and added a left turn pocket into United Sports Brands. Prior to this, the median blocked the entrance from the northbound direction. In addition, new landscape and irrigation systems were added at two Newhope medians.

The City of Fountain Valley received a grant from the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to utilize recycled rubber tires to complete this project. Over 14,565 tires were used for this project, saving those tires from going to landfills as waste.

Rehabilitation of Residential Roadways, Quadrant H3, J1, and J2 Complete


The City’s Residential Roadway Rehabilitation Project GT229 was completed on September 6, 2019. The project resurfaced over 5 miles of residential streets in Quadrants H3, J1 and J2.


Prior to the project there were no ADA curb ramps in the area, now 65 new ADA curb ramps have been installed. In additional, 19 trees were replaced with new 36” box Crape Myrtle trees.

The project also consisted of reconstructing sidewalk, curb and gutters that were lifted by tree roots causing tripping hazards.

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