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Annual Street Resurfacing
The City of East Palo Alto has commenced its Capitol Improvement Program (ST-07-13-22) to perform work annually to preserve and to rehabilitate the pavement that makes up the 38.8 miles of City roads. In addition, this work will include spot replacement of some curbs & gutters and the installation of curb ramps to create ADA compliant pedestrian walkways.

The City has also established a Pavement Management Program where it has surveyed all City roads and given each one a condition rating, also known as a Pavement Conditions Index (PCI) which is a scale of 0 to 100. In its last survey, the City's average PCI was 62. It is the City's goal to improve it's roads with it's available funds and while not all roads can be improved as early as desired, the City welcomes and considers the community's input in deciding which roads to prioritize for improvement.

2019 Resurfacing Project
See the following link for information on this year's project. Click here

Schedule of Work (as of August 20th)
The following is a short-term schedule for Crack and Slurry Seal operations.



Slurry Seal Dates

E Bayshore

Donohoe to Clark


Clark Ave

Donohoe to Tinsley


Bell St

University to Capitol

Capitol to Cooley




University to Fordham


8/23 - Pre-mark traffic stripes
8/28 to 8/30 - Place thermoplastic traffic stripes.

Starting 8/21 - The contractor will begin installing curb ramps along the following streets in the University Village neighborhood: Georgetown, Hunter, Purdue, and Notre Dame. Please observe the no-parking signs placed by the contractor for specific dates. 

 The schedule is subject to change due to unforeseen conditions.