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Where the Sidewalk Problems End

The City of Santa Clarita’s Sidewalk and Concrete Rehabilitation Project

Welcome to City Sidewalk, a webpage designed to provide up-to-date information regarding our annual sidewalk and concrete rehabilitation project. The City spends hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to improve sidewalks, curbs, gutters, drive approaches and more throughout the City. The project is partially funded by the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program grants. The City anticipates the project will fulfill an 8-year backlog by 2020.

Report a Sidewalk Issue

 

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How Does the City Sidewalk Process Work?

BEFORE_AFTER

 

  • Request
    • This project starts with people like you noticing tripping hazards and other harmful cracking in sidewalks, gutters and drive approaches, and reporting it to City Hall. You can use Resident Service Center to report an issue.  
  • Respond
    • The City’s Streets Division will follow up on the request and assess the damage. The problem will be addressed with either a permanent repair (such as filling in cracks or grinding down the concrete to level it) or a temporary repair (such as adding asphalt to create a ramp between uneven sections of concrete). Temporary repairs are then added to the rehabilitation list.
  • Review
    • After the initial repairs have removed the threat of danger, the area will be assessed again and prioritized on the rehabilitation list for future mending. An inspection of City sidewalks, gutters, curbs and drive approaches happens each week, year-round. Other problem areas noticed during inspections are added to the rehabilitation list.
  • Rehabilitation
    • During rehabilitation, the old concrete is removed, the path of travel is leveled to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards and new concrete is poured. The cement pour generally dries within 48 hours.

Helpful Tips:

  • During construction, pay close attention to parking notices. There will be detailed notices explaining which portion of the street will be closed and re-opened throughout the process. All cars in the “No Parking” zone during construction time will be towed.
  • Make a plan for when you will need your car during construction. Construction on or near drive approaches may impede your ability to travel from your driveway.  
  • The City and project contractor will coordinate with refuse companies, the post office and other agencies to minimize any disruption of services.
  • Contractors are responsible for any damage that occurs on your private property. If you incur any damage during the construction process, please contact the City BEFORE you attempt to repair it. The City will work with the contractor to repair the damage.
  • Construction typically occurs between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. in residential areas.
  • Night construction occurs between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 5:30 a.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact:

City of Santa Clarita, Public Works: (661) 290-2293

Project Contractor: FS Contractors, Inc.

Ernesto Fierros: (818) 335-0775

Angel Fierros: (818) 974-0895

If you see damage occurring to cement due to a City tree, please contact the Urban Forestry Division. 

 

CITY SIDEWALK MAP 

The City Sidewalk Map shows the general areas where sidewalks have been repaired as part of our annual sidewalk and concrete rehabilitation project. 

The highlighted streets indicate areas containing replaced sections of sidewalk where damage and displaced concrete was a tripping hazard. Repairs may have been done on one or both sides of the street. 

Please Note: Areas highlighted on the map are not meant to represent the exact location or address where work has been done. 

Map Key:
Completed projects in green, and upcoming projects in red.

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