Orinda incorporated as a City in 1985, after more than 100 years of gradual development. As a relatively new city, it has a population of approximately 18,000 residents and a demographic that is shifting from a largely senior base to one that includes younger families. Orinda is situated in the Oakland/Berkeley hills immediately east of the Caldecott Tunnel on Highway 24 in Contra Costa County, California. The city is a family-oriented community with a semi-rural setting. In contrast to the more urban existence of the surrounding area, the tree-studded hillsides of the 12.8 square-mile city contribute to Orinda's aesthetic beauty.
This annual project is combination of two different annual paving program for the City of Orinda and Pavement Rehabilitation for the Town of Moraga. These programs are described below. The programs will be advertised for bids as a single construction contract with one general contractor. Each paving program will have its own separate budget and will be tracked individually. The project is scheduled to begin construction no later than June 25, 2019. The estimated Construction Management budget is approximately $ 450,000.0
2019 Annual Pavement Rehabilitation Program: This program implements the annual pavement repairs to collector and arterial streets that are selected through the City’s Pavement Management Program and recommended for construction by Citizen’s Infrastructure Oversight Commission (CIOC) and the City Council. This project consists of Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) treatments, and Mill and overlay. The list of street segments is attached.
2019 Pavement Rehabilitation Program,2014 Measure J, 2012 Measure L and 2016 Measure L: This program implements the pavement rehabilitation repairs to residential streets which are funded through the City’s recently passed general obligation bond known as 2014 Measure J and 0.5% sales tax known as Measure L and 2016 general obligation bond known as 2016 Measure L. All of the identified streets are classified as residential and have been selected through the City Pavement Management Program and recommended for construction by the CIOC and the City Council. The project consists of a mixture of Mill and Fill, Slurry Seal and dig out and FDR treatments. A list of street segments per Measure (funding source) and Project Location Map is attached.