Fixing Sewers - What a Relief

Phase 1 of this project is complete! Thank you to the entire community for your patience and understanding during this important infrastructure work - What a Relief!

Sanitary Sewer System Rehabilitation Program

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The City of Monterey is repairing and replacing its aging sewer system. The project will fix 441 sewer pipes and 516 sewer manholes located in streets and easements throughout the City. This is the second phase of a project that began in 2014. A rehabilitated sewer system will prevent sewer leaks and spills that could harm our quality of life, local economy and the pristine waters of the Monterey Bay.

Repairs are expected to begin in early 2016 and may continue for 18 months. Sewer pipes and manholes most in need of rehabilitation due to cracks, breaks, or root intrusion will be fixed first. Repairs may involve trenching, pipe bursting, or pipe lining.

Monterey’s engineering staff will be meeting with neighborhood groups and business associations in November and December to outline the project and its impact on local areas.

Funding for the $16 million sewer rehabilitation program comes from a low-interest state loan. The City has already completed a rehabilitation project on the city’s five sewer lift stations.

Citywide reconstruction of 500 manholes - expect work in your area - SEE MAP
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Week beginning
October 23:

Please note: The schedule is subject to change.
Active Engineering Projects Schedule
MAP OF ALL PROJECTS
  • MEASURE P STREETS: Citywide Street Resurfacing/Slurry Phase 5 - The Measure P slurry schedule and maps for Phase 5 are now available: SCHEDULE, MAP AND CONTRACTOR NOTIFICATION The information includes a list of all streets and dates (Oct 25 - 30, excluding Sunday) of slurry for each street. Striping will follow and last through Nov. 11 (weather permitting.) (ONE EXCEPTION: THERE WILL BE A CHANGE IN THE SCHEDULE FOR THE CASANOVA OAK KNOLL NEIGHBORHOOD WHICH SHOULD BE FINALIZED BY MONDAY, OCT. 23 AND AFFECT JUST A PORTION OF THIS SCHEDULE.)
  • MEASURE P: ADA Ramp and Street Reconstruction Phase 4 - Pacific Street Exit from Lighthouse Avenue closed. This work also closes Artillery Street. Drivers will need to use Bolio Road. Striping scheduled for Oct. 30 with a plan to reopen the road on Oct 31, weather permitting.
    - El Dorado Street between Major Sherman Road and Alta Mesa. Paving work is completed; median work still to complete.
  • Lower Presidio Historic Park Accessible Walkway up to the Sloat Monument (NIP) - estimated completion date in early November. Grand opening ceremony on Nov. 11 - DETAILS
  • Wharf II Pile Replacement & Repair - Base job completed. Crews currently on site for additional work. (CIP)
  • Cal Am Monterey Pipeline Project (Non-City Project) - also see www.watersupplyproject.org/
    Pipeline construction in New Monterey will progress on Spencer Street from Drake to the Presidio. Night work in downtown Monterey will continue Sunday through Thursday on Hartnell Street and Webster Street. DETAILS Night-work is between the hours of 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
    Have a question or concern? Call the CalAm project hotline at: (831) 646-3297

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Upcoming

  1. Pearl Street Parking - adding parallel parking spaces- details coming soon.
  2. North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvement Project - bidding takes place late fall 2017 - learn more about this project: monterey.org/NFremontBikePed and sign up for email updates.
  3. MEASURE P: ADA Ramp and Street Reconstruction Phase 5 - scheduled in early November to begin in Old Town.

Ongoing

CalTrans may be performing other work locally. Look up CalTrans construction.

Click on the outlined sections of the map to see a close-up of that section, or see the PDFs below.