Construction Projects

2020-21 Serramonte Slurry Seal and Daly City Crosswalk Enhancement


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Since maintenance program that includes an annual Street Slurry Seal Project. Street slurry 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 primarily encompasses streets in the Serramonte neighborhood.

As part of this year’s Street Slurry Seal Project, Daly City Public Works will also install high visibility crosswalks along four major corridors: Junipero Serra Boulevard, Callan Boulevard, Gellert Boulevard and King Drive. These corridors are part of the City’s Vision Zero High Injury Network, where a high concentration of fatalities or serious injuries for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists occurred. This project aims to increase pedestrian visibility and create more livable and safer, pedestrian-friendly corridors for residents going to any of the activity centers along the corridors.

Northbound Callan Boulevard between Hickey Boulevard and Wembley Drive features a new separated bikeway with adjacent on-street parallel parking. Parking protected bike lanes are considered a type of “low-stress bikeway” that improves the comfort level of people biking on the road. The physical separation between the bike and traffic lane provides a safe space for bikers of all levels and ages to enjoy while also providing the additional safety benefit and Vision Zero goal of reducing vehicular traffic speeds on the road. Other cities in the Bay Area, such as the City of Redwood City, City of Burlingame, City of Oakland, and the City and County of San Francisco to name a few, have successfully implemented or is in the process of implementing parking protected bike lanes in their municipality. Walk Bike Daly City!


Construction is anticipated to start in September 2022 and is estimated for completion by December 2022.

This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), the Road Repair and Accountability Act, and the Transportation for Clean Air (TFCA) County Program Manager.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Alexander Yuen, Project Manager, at              (650) 746-8363.



Mission Street Streetscape Project

The Mission Street Streetscape Project is a pedestrian safety and street beautification project for the Mission Street corridor between Crocker Avenue and Templeton Avenue. The project will widen the existing 3-foot concrete median to approximately 7-foot, install median landscaping, and an irrigation system. The median noses will be extended further into the intersection at Wilson Street, Goethe Street, Evergreen Avenue, and Rice Street. Pedestrian improvements include bulb-outs, curb ramps, high visibility crosswalks, improved pedestrian signage, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, and pedestrian streetlights.

The improvements help to achieve the City’s Vision Zero goal of eliminating traffic fatalities and serious injuries. The bulb outs, wider medians, and extending the median noses into the intersection will shorten crosswalk distances and provide a pedestrian refuge at the median. The narrower vehicle lanes also have a calming effect and encourage motorists to drive slower. The pedestrian streetlight and rectangular rapid flashing beacons will enhance pedestrian visibility at the crosswalks.

Construction is anticipated to start in November 2022 and is estimated for completion by Spring 2023.

This project is funded by San Mateo County Transportation Authority Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 grants. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Roland Yip, Project Manager, at (650) 991-8155.

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Outdoor Fitness Courts:  Westlake Park, Lincoln Park

The new outdoor fitness courts at Westlake Park and Lincoln Park will provide an opportunity to enhance the quality of life in Daly City by providing more opportunities for the community to exercise and recreate. Once installed, the courts will support the Recreation Division’s robust Active Adult & Senior Services programming and will promote overall well-being. The courts will provide free fitness to the community, while also providing opportunities for the Recreation Division to teach classes within the court. Visitors will be able to use the fitness equipment and follow along with the National Fitness Campaign’s app to access workouts for all levels and abilities.  More information on the app is located here: Finally, this project will bring to life aspects of the City’s Parks Master Plan that includes a vision to ensure Daly City has an accessible, equitable, and sustainable system of parks that maximizes the recreational opportunities available to all of the City’s residents, workers, and visitors.

Construction is anticipated to start in spring 2023 and conclude by fall 2023. 

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Kevin Fehr, project manager, at (650) 991-8064.


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