RSTP Street Rehabilitation Project
The City of Oroville is starting construction on the RSTP Street Rehabilitation Project.
The Project is anticipated to take 9 weeks with field activities beginning on May 7.
Streets to be rehabilitated are:
- 2nd Street from Hammond Park Drive to just north of Grand Ave.
- Oak Street from Pomona to Montgomery Street (4 blocks)
- Myers Street/Wyandotte Intersection and Myers St to Corto Street
- Glen Avenue just east of Foothill Blvd.
During construction daytime working hours (7 am to 6 pm, typically) access will be limited and access through the work zones will only be allowed for local residents, local businesses, and emergency vehicles. Street parking will also be denied up to two days before the grinding and removal begins and during the paving. Final striping will be completed on all streets upon completion of all four work zone areas.
Residences and businesses should expect some noise and dust associated with pavement grinding and off-haul.
Work on 2nd Street:
This project is expected to impact thru traffic, access to Prospect High School, and Butte County General Services Building and local residents. Work is anticipate from 5/16 through 5/21.
Work on Oak Street:
This project will deny street parking for 3 weeks (except weekends) and is anticipated to run from 5/23 through 6/8. Traffic crossing Oak Street on High St, Robinson St, or Bird St. will be detoured to Montgomery Street during construction hours.
Work on Myers and Wyandotte:
This project require detours during construction hours. Local traffic will divert to A Street and Corto Street to utilize Spencer Avenue. This work is anticipated to be completed from 6/11 to 6/22.
Work on Glen Ave:
This project will deny access off of Foothill Blvd. to Glen Ave during construction hours. Traffic typically using this route will need to detour to Hilldale Ave. This work is anticipated to be completed from 6/21 to 6/26.
The City appreciates our citizen’s patience during this time as we address road maintenance issues.
Questions and comments?
Contact: Mike Massaro, Contract City Engineer 916-771-6163