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February 28, 2013
 

Construction starts on Ocean Ave. waterline and sewer replacements

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Seal Beach Civic Center fountain

The following information was released by the City of Seal Beach.

The City of Seal Beach is pleased to announce the start of construction for the Ocean Avenue Alley Waterline and Sewer Replacements from Main Street to 6th Street. The project includes construction of new sewer, waterlines and a new concrete alley.

On December 10, 2012 the City Council awarded a construction contract to Charles King Company (City’s Contractor). The Contractor anticipates closing the alley north of Ocean Avenue between Main Street and 8th Street tentatively on Monday, March 4, 2013. However, in the meantime the Contractor will be performing some minor construction work between Main Street and 8th Street, not closing the alley until the mentioned date above.

In order to minimize the impact to residents, the contractor will construct the project one block at a time. During each block’s construction window, there will be no access to that alley for vehicles or pedestrians. Properties with garage access on the alley will not be permitted to use the alley. These temporary changes will not affect your trash pickup, which will remain on schedule.

Due to the parking impact on the neighborhood, free parking will be provided in the 8th Street beach parking lot to those immediately affected in that block. Two residential and one visitor parking permits will be issued per household for the period of construction, which is anticipated at two months per block.

Your cooperation will be critical to the safe and successful completion of this project. This temporary inconvenience will provide years of quality utilities and a nicely concrete surfaced alley.

The City appreciates your patience when driving through the area. If there are any questions concerning this project please call Cesar Rangel, Project Manager 562-431-2527 ext. 1328 or email at crangel@sealbeachca.gov.

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