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City of Indio Scheduled Maintenance and Road Closures

Slurry Seal & Crack Seal Road Improvement Project

More than two million square feet of roadway or roughly 30 lane miles will be slurry sealed throughout the City of Indio. Minor cracks will be sealed to prevent moisture from penetrating the roadway structural section as part of the city’s preventative maintenance program and save on more expensive repairs in the future. Crack sealing began on Monday, September 24, 2018, and the slurry and grind/overlay projects in 27 neighborhoods and street segments will be in full swing from the beginning of November 2018 through the end of January 2019. Additional work will take place in Spring 2019. This $1.6 million project is funded by Measure X. The following streets will receive slurry sealing:

Highway 111 between Jefferson Street and Madison Street

Calhoun Street between Highway 111 and Avenue 48

Avenue 44 between Golf Center Parkway and Harrison Street

Bella Terra Community (off of Golf Center Parkway)

Villa Estates Community (off of Golf Center Parkway and Avenue 43)

Avenue 43 between 24 Hour Fitness and Terra Lago

Calhoun Street between Avenue 42 and Avenue 43

Golf Center Parkway between Avenue 42 and Avenue 45

Avenue 42 between Monroe Street and Jackson Street

 

Grind and Overlay Road Improvement Project

The grind and overlay project was approved by the Indio City Council on September 19, 2018. Many streets throughout the City will be resurfaced and ADA improvements constructed. The work wil occur from the beginning of November 2018 through the end of January 2019. Additional work will take place in Spring 2019. This $5.5 million project is funded by Measure X.

 

Highway 111 Road Improvement Project

The Highway 111 roadway improvement project between west of Madison Street and Rubidoux Street continues and will be completed by December 2018. The project will widen the roadway to three lanes in each direction; and to replace and upgrade pavement, traffic signals, sidewalks, driveways and access ramps. During construction, certain traffic lanes in each direction will remain open at all times to provide access to businesses. Construction is being performed in segments to minimize traffic impacts. However, there may be times driveways and side streets may be closed, or utility or traffic signal work will be performed so please adhere to traffic signs and notices. The Highway 111 Street Improvement Project in Indio will increase safety for drivers and pedestrians, improve access to local businesses, prepare for future economic development projects, and accommodate future traffic with thousands of people visiting and moving to Indio every year as the largest and fastest growing city in eastern Riverside County. This $10.3 million project is funded by Measure X, SB 1, Measure A, TUMF, SB1, SB821, and Federal STP.

 

Arabia Street Storm Drain and Street Improvement Project

Arabia Street between Highway 111 and Dr. Carreon Boulevard will be closed during certain periods to install a larger storm drain, relocate utilities, and improve street conditions as part of Riverside County’s construction of the John J. Benoit Detention Center. The intersection of Highway 111 and Arabia Street may also be closed for traffic signal modifications to enhance vehicle and pedestrian safety. Work began in June 2018 and will continue through November 2018. Riverside County and its contractors have notified affected residents and businesses. The $2.9 million project is funded by the Riverside County Economic Development Agency.

 

Sun Gold Community Street Improvement Project

Work was recently completed in August 2018 to improve streets in the Sun Gold Community, which is bounded by Miles Avenue, Monroe Street, Indio Boulevard and Oasis Street. The work included crack filling and slurry sealing existing asphalt pavement sections; and removal and reconstruction of various concrete curbs, gutters, and cross gutters. The $1.2 million project was funded primarily by the Community Development Block Grant Program and a portion of Measure X funds.

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