From the City of Pleasanton
The City of Pleasanton Engineering Division reports that road construction will continue through the month of September at various locations throughout the city as workers complete full depth pavement repairs and begin the overlay paving of the streets and the annual slurry seal project. Work on the major thoroughfares of Hopyard and Stoneridge Roads will be accomplished at night and on weekends, while work on neighborhood streets will be accomplished during the week.
Construction on Hopyard Road between Owens Drive and I-580 and Stoneridge Drive from Johnson Drive to Stoneridge Mall Road will begin Tuesday night September 4 and continue through September 14 during the hours between 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
Major road construction is anticipated in the Fairlands subdivision area and surrounding streets on Wednesday, September 5 as workers perform the placement of a rubberized chip seal. The Val Vista Subdivision area and surrounding streets will also have the same type of major construction done on Thursday, September 6.
Streets that receive the rubberized chip seal will receive an asphalt overlay which will begin within the week following the chip seal. The rubberized chip seal will leave some loose gravel on the surface of the street that will be swept on a regular basis until paving is completed. Throughout the process, parking will be restricted on the streets.
Barricades will be installed 48 hours in advance of such work to indicate areas of no on-street parking. Residents will be able to access to and from their driveways throughout the day but may encounter a delay of up to 20 minutes while equipment is operating directly in front of their residence.
For more information, please call (925) 437-4005