COMPTON, CA – June 13, 2019. The City of Compton announced today that it has completed over half of its 21-Street Rehabilitation Project, “Project CIP# 13-01,” and that the entire project is anticipated to be finished by the end of July. The approximately $1.6 million project began in February of this year and includes full reconstruction of the 21 residential streets with installation of asphalt and concrete; installation of curb ramps that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act; curb, gutter and sidewalk improvements; driveway improvements; striping and traffic loop replacement; and street name sign replacement.
Most recently paved streets include Saunders, Pixley, Thorson, Bales, Holly, San Vincente, Locust, San Mateo, San Luis and parts of Bradfield. Curbs, gutters and ADA compliant curb ramps have been completed on Stockwell, Nord, Wilmington, 152nd, 151st, Grandee, Dern and Salinas, with repaving of these streets already underway. Euclid and Carlin too are in the midst of being repaved.
“We are ecstatic to be wrapping up this portion of our work as these were the streets in greatest need of repair,” said Cecil Rhambo, City Manager. “We look forward to getting this phase completed and are grateful for the currently dry weather!”
For more information on Street Repairs, community members can visit http://www.comptoncity.org/streetupdates.asp , or contact public works at (310) 605-5505.
For media inquires: Contact the City Public Information Officer, Melissa Franklin at 310-946-7805/ email@example.com.
( Press Release )