The Haviland Avenue Sidewalk Improvement Project, Phase II, includes the construction of sidewalks with curbs and gutters, installation a storm drain system, planting of street trees, and the new roadway pavement on Haviland Avenue, between Grove Way and Blossom Way, in unincorporated Hayward.
This project extends the sidewalk improvements installed in 2012-2013 along Haviland Avenue, between Willow Avenue and Grove Way.
A community meeting was held on Thursday, January 18, 2018, at 6:30 p.m, at Cherryland Elementary School.
Project Fact Sheet (English)
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All construction work related to this project has been completed.
Work continues on several minor landscaping items, and these are expected to be finished by October 2017.
Gomes Park is now open to the public, and the new public pathway between Lemos Lake and Lake Elizabeth is open for public use.
Community Meeting Presentations
Letters to Residents
The Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) is in the process of relocating two segments of the ACWD water lines in preparation for near future flood control improvements along Laguna Creek.
One segment, approximately 30 feet of a 14” diameter water pipe, is located at the northwesterly corner of the intersection of Auto Mall Parkway and Fremont Blvd. The other segment, approximately 90 feet of a 30” diameter water transmission main, is located on Fremont Blvd. at the creek crossing.
The relocation work began in mid-September 2016, and is anticipated to be completed by early 2018. The District has been working closely with ACWD staff on the waterline relocation work to minimize impact to water service. District staff also work closely with City staff to minimize traffic impact due to the needed traffic control and temporary lane reconfiguration.
Construction hours are Mondays thru Fridays from 8 AM to 5 PM.
For construction information, please call the Public Works Agency's Construction Department.
For project information, please call the Project Engineer.
Phase II of the Phase II of the East 14th Street/Mission Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project extends from 162nd Avenue to the vicinity of I-238. This project will improve multi-modal access, strengthen community identity and revitalize the corridor. Project features include roadway repaving, improved sidewalks, enhanced crosswalks and new bike lanes. Additionally, this project includes specifics streetscape enhancements such as street trees, decorative street furnishings, bike racks and public art.
The Ardenwood Creek Flood Protection and Restoration Project will restore flood water capacity and conveyance, restore and enhance aquatic habitats, and provide long-term vegetation management along Ardenwood Creek between Tupelo Street and downstream of Paseo Padre Parkway, in Fremont, Alameda County, California.
The Hesperian Boulevard Corridor Improvement Project, located in the heart of the San Lorenzo community, will enhance traffic safety and further establish a livable community with benefits to motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and the San Lorenzo commercial corridor. Additionally, this project will beautify and revitalize the Hesperian Corridor into an inviting streetscape between the I-880 overcrossing and A Street.
The Santa Maria Avenue Improvements Project will enhance pedestrian and traffic safety to and from the Castro Valley High School. Project features include the construction of concrete sidewalks with curbs, gutters, installation of Class III bicycle routes with Sharrows, construction of enhanced crosswalks with pedestrian ramps, and planting of street trees.
Ward Creek is a large man-made creek in the City of Hayward, adjacent to Industrial Parkway, and provides drainage for a 1,000 acre watershed.
The Ward Creek Flood Control and Restoration Improvements Project includes the construction of a floodwall, re-construction of existing storm drain pipe outfall structures, replacement of the existing asphalt bike path, preservation of existing mature trees in good condition, and removal and replacement of trees in poor condition. All project features will improve flood protection in the area by minimizing channel banks overflowing during large storm events.