The roughly $5 million project, fueled by Gas Tax and Measure M funds, will resurface all public residential streets between La Paz Road and Los Alisos Boulevard, east of Marguerite Parkway. The work is expected to be finished in October.
General project notices were mailed to residents earlier this month alerting them of the upcoming work. Most of the work requires streets to be posted as “no parking.” However, “no parking” signs simply mean cars should not be parked on the street. They do not mean the street will be closed. Streets will only be closed on the day they are resurfaced, and residents will receive a special door-hanger notice two days in advance of the closure.
In an effort to keep the public informed, the City has posted detailed project information, including proposed resurfacing dates, at www.cityofmissionviejo.org.