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Mussel Rock Open Space Preserve

The City of Daly City is planning public access and amenities improvements at Mussel Rock Open Space Preserve. A public meeting was held on February 12, 2014. Below are the presentation slides and proposed plans as presented during the meeting.

Meeting Presentation
Draft Conceptual Public Access and Amenities Plan
Draft Conceptual Signage Plan
Draft Conceptual Fencing Plan

If you have any comments or questions, please call Hae Won Ritchie in the Engineering Division at 650-991-8064.

If you would like to submit your comments and feedback in writing regarding the proposed improvements, you can email them to Hae Won Ritchie at hritchie@dalycity.org or mail or drop them off at the Engineering Division office, 333 90th Street, Daly City, California 94015. Please provide comments and feedback by Wednesday, February 26, 2014. Thank you.

 

2013-14 Street Slurry and Cape Seal

Since 1998, Daly City Public Works has undertaken a comprehensive street pavement preventative maintenance program that includes an annual Street Slurry Seal Project. Street slurry sealing and cape sealing replaces fine aggregate stripped from the pavement surface, reduces water penetration in the roadway base and thereby reduces base failures and the resultant damage that is much more costly to repair. This year’s project includes the Original Daly and Civic Center neighborhoods and Hillside Boulevard.

This project was completed in November 2013.

 

Top of the Hill Improvements

The Top of the Hill Improvements project includes the construction of a pedestrian/transit plaza at the Mission Street/John Daly Boulevard intersection, a custom designed pergola structure with wind screening, and a new bus shelter and pedestrian safety and mobility improvements along Mission Street from John Daly Boulevard to Parkview Avenue as well as streetscape/landscape improvements along the corridor. The pedestrian and streetscape improvements include bulb-outs at intersections to make pedestrians more visible to traffic and shorten street crossings, a new pedestrian crossing at the north leg of the John Daly Boulevard intersection, widening of the west sidewalk between Theta Avenue and Parkview Avenue, new street trees, pedestrian scale lighting and modified median islands with new landscaping. A water main will be upgraded and relocated along the west side of Mission Street from John Daly Boulevard to Parkview Avenue.

 

Delong Street and Station Avenue Sewer Main Improvements

The sewer main improvements on Delong Street and Station Avenue will replace old vitrified clay pipe and manholes. Project limits on Citrus Avenue are from Niantic Avenue to Miriam Street, on Delong Street from Los Olivos to the City limit, and on Station Avenue from School Street to Vale Street. The newly installed sewer mains will provide added capacity and reduce infiltration. Sewer laterals currently served by the old main will be reconnected to the new main. The project may include pavement restoration work depending on the extent to which the sewer main improvement work impacts the pavement. This could be limited to restoring the pavement at the trench location, or slurry sealing or grinding and overlaying the street. Associated tasks such as utility box and manhole frame and cover adjustments and pavement striping and marking application will be performed as needed.

The pavement on Delong Street will receive an application of a slurry seal in the summer/fall of 2014 as part of the 2014-15 Street Slurry Seal project.

This project was completed in December 2013. 

 

Muirwood Drive and Teresa Street Water Main Improvements

The water main improvements on Muirwood Drive and Teresa Street will install new water mains within the street. The newly installed water mains will replace the old 2-inch galvanized iron water mains that are currently within or back of sidewalk. Water services currently served by the old mains will be reconnected to the new main. The project will include pavement restoration work. Associated tasks such as utility box and manhole frame and cover adjustments and pavement striping and marking application will be performed as needed.

The pavement on Teresa Street will receive an application of a slurry seal in the summer/fall of 2014 as part of the 2014-15 Street Slurry Seal project.

This project was completed in December 2013.

 

Hickey Boulevard/Callan Boulevard Traffic Signal Modification

The City received Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant funds to modify the existing traffic signal at the Hickey Boulevard/Callan Boulevard intersection to include protected northbound and southbound left-turn phases, remove existing median mounted poles and install new traffic signal poles with mast arms, as well as upgrade the sidewalk access ramps at the corners to current standards.

This project was completed in November 2013.


 

Thank you for your patience as we make improvements to our community.

 

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