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Posted on: February 18, 2021

[ARCHIVED] UPDATE: Olohan Alley Pavement Improvements Next Week

UPDATE (2/24/21)

ARROYO GRANDE, CA - Final paving is scheduled for this Friday, February 26th, which will allow Olohan Alley to be open this weekend for normal traffic and Farmer’s Market.

In order to allow for the pavement to cure before striping, the striping activities are scheduled for Wednesday, March 3rd and will equate to one more day of no parking within Olohan Alley on that Wednesday. Signs will be placed notifying drivers. 

During pavement curing it is best to restrict large trucks, so South County Sanitary will be providing service from East Branch Street for one more week (March 1, 2021 - March 5, 2021). Containers will be returned to Olohan Alley at the start of their shift on Monday, March 8th and normal services will resume that week. 

The City appreciates your patience during these operations and we believe these temporary inconveniences will be well worth the end result. Please contact Jill McPeek, Capital Improvement Project Manager at (805) 473-5444 or with any questions or for further information. 



ARROYO GRANDE, CA - Granite Construction, Inc., under contract to the City of Arroyo Grande, will be performing pavement improvements to Olohan Alley from Bridge Street to Mason Street between February 22 and February 26, 2021, as shown on the location map in this notice. It is anticipated most construction activities will occur between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm.

In order to complete construction as quickly as possible, access to Olohan Alley will be unavailable to allow for uninterrupted activities which will include grinding the existing asphalt down to subgrade, compacting for and installing new asphalt concrete pavement, and parking stall striping.  

The City understands the pavement improvements will cause temporary inconveniences due to the nature of the work, and appreciates your patience during this period of construction. The City will attempt to minimize the inconveniences to the best of its ability.  

Please contact Jill McPeek, Capital Improvement Project Manager at (805) 473-5444 or with any questions or for further information. 



Bill Robeson, Assistant City Manager/Public Works Director

Jill McPeek, Capital Improvement Project Manager 

2021-02-17 - Olohan Exhibit

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