Ukiah Streetscape Project Update: Intermittent Work Through the Winter

The following is a statement issued on the Ukiah Streetscape Project’s Facebook page:

Crews breaking eggs to make omelettes [Picture from the Ukiah Streetscape Facebook page]

As we often say…if you want to make an omelette, you’ll have to break some eggs. Here we are, breaking eggs near the intersection of Church and State…historically, one of our most dangerous intersections for pedestrians. This project helps solve that!

We’re having a bit of a love/hate relationship with the rain these days. We all know we need it, but it definitely puts a damper on construction activities. Contractors are working to get through this project as quickly as we possibly can, which is why we’re continuing to work through the winter. However, that means lots of starting and stopping. We always do our best to estimate the next week’s work based on the weather forecast, but we appreciate your patience and flexibility as we trudge through this season.

Perkins to Mill Street

Wahlund Construction (Clay – Mill):

Monday: Holiday; no work

Tuesday-Friday: Joint trench and conduit work between Seminary and Mill, but primarily in the area of Mill, weather permitting. State Street will remain open in both directions, but Mill Street between Main and State and State and School may be closed intermittently to through traffic. (Access to driveways will remain open.)

Construction hours: 7am – 5pm

Ghilotti Construction (Perkins – Clay): February 16-19th : Continued work on the east side of State Street between Clay and Perkins Streets, including excavating for new curbs and digging out the bio-retention areas.

Monday : Holiday; no work

East Stephensen Street will be closed to through traffic for the next few weeks – Community Care and The Maple will have access to their parking lots from Main Street. East Church will be closed intermittently during this phase.

Construction hours: 7am – 5pm

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