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Graham Avenue Rehabilitation and Slurry Project

Project to be completed by November 2018.

Post Date:10/01/2018

On September 24th, the City started its latest capital improvement project on Graham Avenue. This important roadway project includes a grind and overlay of most of Graham Avenue from Lakeshore Drive to Heald Avenue. In addition, several surrounding roadways were also improved.

This project is not only a critical project to maintain our roadway, but also beautifies our downtown area. This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 Gas tax dollars.

Over the last several years, the City has focused on maintaining and improving much of the City’s roadways to invest in our community and the future of our roadways.

Before

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After

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Project Location:

Historic Downtown Lake Elsinore 

  • Graham Avenue 
  • Kellogg Street
  • Lewis Street
  • Lindsay Street
  • Lowell Street 
  • Scrivener Street 

Project Description:

 

Project Segment

Description of work

 

W. Graham Ave. between Lakeshore Drive and Langstaff Street

2nd Grind and Overlay

 

W. Graham Ave. between Langstaff and Main St.

2nd Grind and Overlay

 

E. Graham Ave. between Main St. and Heald Ave.

Type II Slurry Seal

 

Kellogg St. between Limited Ave. to Graham Ave.   1" mill + 2"  overlay
  Kellogg St. between Lakeshore Dr. to Limited Ave.   Type II Slurry
  Lewis St. between Lakeshore Dr. to Graham Ave.   Type II Slurry
  Lindsay St. between Limited Ave. to Graham Ave.   1" mill + 2"  overlay
  Lindsay St. between Lakeshore Dr. to Limited Ave.   1" mill + 2"  overlay
  Lowell St. between Lakeshore Dr. to Graham Ave.  1" mill + 2"  overlay
  Scrivener St. between Lakeshore Dr. to Graham Ave.  Type II Slurry


Construction Start Date
: September 24, 2018

Estimated Construction Completion: October 30, 2018

Project Contact: Remon Habib, Senior Civil Engineer, rhabib@lake-elsinore.org (951)-674-3124

Project Documents:

Graham Avenue Rehab Vicinity Map

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