Golf Course Road & Lone Tree Way The final micro surfacing application on Golf Course Road and Lone Tree Way will begin in the coming weeks if the weather stays dry. The project will start with Golf Course Road during day time hours (7 am to 5 pm). To minimize impacts to the public, crews will work through the night on Lone Tree Way (8:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.). The roads will remain open with some lane closures; only minor traffic delays are expected during construction. Depending on the weather we expect the entire project to be completed by the end of June. We will keep you posted on the construction dates here and the Public Works Facebook page.
Restored Water Service
Restored Water Service A leaking isolation valve caused a road closure and interrupted water service to customers on Wolverine Way Between Wolf Way and Country Hills Drive on Thursday, May 9, 2019, in the morning hours. Public Works crews restored to service by midafternoon. When water is shut off at the main sediment, and air from the main lines can enter domestic lines. If you observe ‘dirty water’ or ‘banging noises’ first ‘flush’ your water system by opening the water line in their back yard until the water is clear (approximately 5 – 10 minutes), if you experience a drop in water pressure that is isolated to a limited number of faucets, the faucet screens need to be removed and cleaned. If these steps do not correct the problems, please contact Public Works at 925-779-6950.
New Picnic Benches
Dallas Ranch Park located on Prewett Ranch Drive east of Mesa Ridge Drive received new picnic benches! Pack a lunch, grab the kids and take advantage of this impressive park’s play structure, walking trails and expansive lawns.
Thank you to all our customers for sharing your requests, concerns, and comments with us. We appreciate your input and the opportunity to share information on services provided by Public Works and other departments. We have been receiving a high volume of questions regarding weeds and landscape maintenance services. Public Works is committed to providing landscape services to the utmost of our abilities to keep our community safe, clean and green. One of the ways we accomplish this is through strategically designed work plans and contracted landscape services to maximize our efficiency and effectiveness. These programs take place every year with the bulk of the work beginning in Spring, generally after the Easter holiday, and completed by the July 4th holiday.
This year City Council designated additional funding to expand the landscape maintenance in our 458 courts to include a service in the Fall when we will apply seasonally appropriate pre-emergent to minimize weeds. We understand that it can be alarming to see vegetation growing so quickly in your neighborhood and this year’s high growing season is no exception. We hope this information reassures you that crews will continue to work the landscape maintenance and weed abatement work plans citywide until all areas have been addressed.