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Citrus Heights seeks bids on repaving at least 17 residential streets


A map included in a request for proposals on the city’s website notes locations of various streets slated for repaving in 2022 in Citrus Heights.

Sentinel staff report–
The City of Citrus Heights is currently seeking bids from contractors on its 2022 Residential Street Resurfacing Project, which seeks to repave at least 17 residential streets in various parts of the city.

A formal request for proposals (RFP) seeking bids was posted to the city’s website this month, with a deadline of March 9 for contractors to submit bids. The city engineer’s estimate for the project is $2.1 million.

Streets listed in documents appear to include mostly courts: Ketch Court, Riggings Court, Sloop Court, Beta Court, Gobi Court, Ridgeview Court, Begonia Court and Shadycrest Way, Whaler Court, Wildoak Drive, Noreen Way, Verbena Court, North Colony Way, Shady Springs Way, Carriage Drive, Mel Court, Reglie Woods Court, and Wachtel Way.

Three additional alternate streets are also listed: Kersten Street, Paco Court, and Sprig Oak Court.

According to a project summary, contract documents will include “additive alternate bid items to potentially resurface three additional streets as well as provide for storm drain improvements.” The road resurfacing will also include construction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, curb ramps, storm drain facilities, signing, and striping.

The City of Citrus Heights typically allocates around $2 million per year to residential repaving projects, with most funding coming from SB-1 gas tax funds.

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