Pavement Rehabilitation Project 2022-2023

  • Project TypePublic Works Project
  • Project ScheduleOctober 2023 - Spring 2024
  • Contractor nameHardy & Harper, Inc.

Project Overview

The Public Works Department Engineering Division is mobilizing for its annual paving project.

The Pavement Rehabilitation Project 2022-23 largely consists of removing 2 to 3 inches of deteriorated asphalt concrete at various locations and replacing it with new rubberized asphalt concrete. Damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalk will be replaced where necessary. Streets will then be restriped following resurfacing. The following streets have been selected to be resurfaced:

The Pavement Rehabilitation Project 2022-23 
also includes the following activities:

  • Bicycle lanes will be installed on the north and south side of Centinela Blvd

Sustainability Impact

6,347 tires were diverted from the waste stream as a result of this project’s completion.

Construction Schedule

Please be advised, all construction is dynamic and the schedule is subject to change.

Dates:  October - December 2023
Regular Hours:  Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Other Hours:  Limited night work at freeway ramps and high traffic intersections

October/November 2023

  • Alley construction between Sepulveda Blvd at Washington Pl
  • Reconstruction of the catch basin at Drakewood Ave and Flaxton St

November/December 2023

  • Grinding and paving of Jefferson Blvd between Sepulveda Blvd and city limit at the 405 Freeway
  • Grinding and paving of Centinela Blvd from city limits at Mesmer Ave to Bristol Ave
  • Grinding and paving of Madison Ave from Culver Blvd to Braddock Dr

Construction Impacts

Every effort will be made by the City and the Contractor to minimize inconveniences.

  • Sections of traffic lanes along the streets listed above will be closed for periods of time as work is being completed. 
  • Residents and businesses may experience temporary loss of street parking, brief loss of driveway access, and construction noise, dust, etc.

On trash pick-up days, continue to place trash containers in the street as usual.

Observe all traffic controls, parking restrictions, and traffic control workers.  

View Notice to Residents regarding the Pavement Rehabilitation Project.(PDF, 126KB)

Project Funding

  • Cal RecycleLogo for Cal Recycle
  • SB1 Gas Tax revenue
  • City of Culver City General Fund