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Press Release

City of Tracy to Commence 11th Street Beautification Project

Construction to start mid-April 2018

Posted: Mar 29, 2018
Location: Tracy, Calif.

In order to create a more attractive “gateway” into the City along 11th Street, the City of Tracy will begin median landscaping along the 11th Street Median from Corral Hollow Road to Lammers Road. Attractive landscaping will be installed in the Medians to establish the community identity. The poorly growing trees will be removed and new landscaping including trees and ground cover will be installed. Overhead spray irrigation will be converted to series of low volume bubbler heads to comply with State’s mandated water ordinance. Construction is expected to begin in mid-April and is anticipated to be completed in mid-September 2018.

Eleventh Street between Corral Hollow Road and Lammers Road will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes of traffic in each direction during constructions, which will likely result in traffic delays for motorists. The City recommends that motorist consider using alternate routes, or plan for delays, before traveling in the area. Access to businesses and residences near the project area will remain open during construction. Construction related noise will likely occur during scheduled working hours, which are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

“The Engineering Division is very excited about this community identity enhancing project. Once complete, this project will deliver much needed attractive “gateway” into the City along 11th Street,” said senior Civil Engineer, Paul Verma. “We’d also like to encourage everyone to plan ahead for their trips and to be safe during the construction; remember to ‘Slow for the Cone Zone.”

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Paul Verma, Senior Civil Engineer
(209) 831-6460

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