- Identify the streets in San Rafael in most need of resurfacing (repaving or slurry seal) and execute an annual program to resurface City streets
- As a part of street resurfacing, upgrade existing sidewalk at intersections with accessible ADA curb ramps
Want more information on current street resurfacing projects? Check out the sidebar on the left-hand side and click on the project you want to learn more about!
|Construction||$800,000-$1.2m/annually depending on gas tax revenues|
2023/24 Pavement Maintenance Project
The City of San Rafael awarded the construction contract for the 2023/24 North San Rafael Pavement Maintenance Project to VSS International on September 5, 2023. This project will resurface nearly 125,000 square yards of roadway primarily in the Terra Linda neighborhood, with Treehaven Drive and a section of Culloden Park Road to also receive pavement maintenance. This resurfacing work began on October 20th and is on track to be completed by early November 2023.
The Department of Public Works also completed some additional road maintenance in the Canal District. Louise Street, Larkspur Street, Alto Street, and Verdi Street were selected to receive this additional pavement maintenance. This work finished on October 19, 2023 and completes the pavement project that began in the Canal neighborhood last year.
For questions during construction or about the project, please contact Cesar Lara at 925-494-8539.
Terra Linda Neighborhood
2022/23 Slurry Seal Project
On August 1st 2022, the 2022/23 Slurry Seal project is going to City Council to award a construction agreement to American Asphalt. A slurry seal is the application of a mixture of water, asphalt emulsion, aggregate (very small crushed rock), and additives to an existing asphalt pavement surface. This year’s pavement preservation project will include the removal of existing striping, crack sealing, slurry sealing, and the replacement of traffic striping and new crosswalks. This year the City will be placing almost 130,000 square yards of slurry seal on 8 miles of roadways!
Please click here for information on the 2022/23 Slurry Seal Project and to view the interactive map.
Bret Harte Neighborhood
2021/22 Slurry Seal Project
In October 2022, the City completed the 2021/22 Slurry Seal project that covered 12 miles of roadways with 200,000+ square yards of slurry seal! This project focused on the roadways in the Glenwood, Loch Lomond, and Dominican neighborhoods.