Twin Oaks Valley/San Elijo corridor paving project begins Feb. 16

A major paving project along Twin Oaks Valley Road and San Elijo Road is set to begin Feb. 16 with an anticipated completion date of June 2021.

The roughly $2 million project will repair and resurface one of San Marcos’ most highly traveled corridors stretching between Rancho Santa Fe Road and State Route 78. Work is scheduled to begin Feb. 16 with traffic signal work and pavement repair through April. The last order of work will include applying slurry seal and restriping the entire corridor.

Traffic will be impacted throughout the construction period with lane closures and delays. For the latest details, visit the City of San Marcos’ Road and Traffic Alerts webpage, which will be updated throughout the run of the project.

“This important project is part of necessary street maintenance to prevent premature failure of our roads,” said Lewis Clapp, Principal Civil Engineer for the City of San Marcos. “This project will ultimately extend the life of the pavement and it is an important component of the City’s strategic Pavement Management Program.”

Pavement Coatings Co. has been contracted by the City of San Marcos to make these improvements. Property owners along the corridor directly impacted by the project will receive additional information via mail from Pavement Coatings Co. prior to their work in each area. During the slurry seal period, directly impacted property owners will receive an additional written notification two days prior to work beginning, and “No Parking” signs will be placed on roadways to define the work areas for each day.

TWIN OAKS VALLEY/SAN ELIJO CORRIDOR PAVING PROJECT

WHEN:                 Feb. 16-June 2021

SPECIFICS:           The project includes signal modifications, road resurfacing and striping

IMPACTS:            Traffic will be impacted during construction with lane closures and delays              

MORE INFO:       Road and traffic alertsCONTACT:           Kyle Wright, Construction Manager, (760) 744-1050 Ext. 3209

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