The City of Morgan Hill has an ongoing Pavement Rehabilitation Program intended to address the City's pavement rehabilitation needs. Throughout the next several months, you may see work in your neighborhood or along your regular route of travel throughout Morgan Hill. On July 19, 2021, work will begin on multiple City Streets to lower storm drain and sewer manholes and valve boxes and crack sealing, and full depth AC pavement repairs. Paving rehabilitation work shall begin starting August 1, 2021, including pavement milling and micro-milling, cold-in-place recycling (CIR) pavement rehabilitation, hot mix asphalt concrete (AC) overlay, full depth AC pavement repairs, replacement of all existing traffic delineation and markings, utility adjustments, and traffic signal loop restorations.
Work is Scheduled to Begin in the following areas the week of July 19, 2021:
- Peak Avenue – Main Avenue to Dunne Avenue
- Farallon Drive - Peak Avenue to Alkire Drive
- Torrey Court - Farallon Drive to end of Torrey Court
- Alkire Drive - Dewitt Avenue to Peak Avenue
- Dewitt Avenue - Alkire Drive to West Main Avenue
- West Main Avenue - Dewitt Avenue to Peak Avenue
- Wright Avenue - Monterey Road to Peak Avenue
- Tennant Avenue from Vineyard Avenue to Monterey Road
- El Toro Fire Station and Dunne/Hill Fire Station Pavement Repair
The above schedule is based on necessary conditions and is subject to change. Residents and businesses in the impacted area will receive a notice from the contractor prior to work beginning in the area. Any parking restrictions will be posted on the affected streets a minimum of 72 hours prior to the operation. Work is tentatively scheduled to be completed by October of 2021.
For your safety, please travel through the work zones/detours carefully or utilize alternative routes and plan for extra travel time when traveling through the work zones. The City appreciates your cooperation and apologizes for any inconveniences while construction is underway as there will be some construction noise, minor inconveniences, and traffic delays during the work.
Locations for maintenance are selected based on Pavement Management Program (PMP) data, resident feedback and field observations from Street Maintenance crews.