New from: The City of Indio
Work To Take Place March 11-15, 2019 on Regional, Residential and Industrial Streets
INDIO, CA (March 11, 2019) – The City of Indio will be laying new asphalt on various regional, residential and industrial streets throughout the community from Monday, March 11 to Friday, March 15, 2019. Work will occur between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Residents and motorists are urged to use alternate routes due to localized delays. Access for emergency vehicles will be unaffected.
The road improvement schedule is as follows:
Monday, March 11 to Friday, March 15: Martha’s Village Neighborhood (Southwest corner of Indio Blvd. and Date Ave. Includes all streets in this area.)
Colony Park Neighborhood (Northwest corner of Jackson St. and Dr. Carreon Blvd. Includes all streets in this area.)
Jackson Park Neighborhood (Southwest corner of Jackson St. and Dr. Carreon Blvd. Includes all streets in this area.)
Monday, March 11 to Tuesday, March 12: Calhoun St. between Highway 111 and Dr. Carreon Blvd.
Tuesday, March 12: Avenue 50 between Jackson St. and Calhoun St.
Thursday, March 14 to Friday, March 15: Oasis St. between the Courthouse Parking Structure and Avenue 48
The road improvement work involves grinding the top surface of the street and overlaying it with new asphalt. The project is funded by Measure X, which was a voter-approved 1% sales tax increase measure passed by Indio voters in 2016 for infrastructure improvements and public safety.
For further information, contact Kelly Koleszar of Matich Corporation at 909-228-1659. The schedule may be adjusted due to weather impacts so please read posted signs and any message boards.
About the City of Indio
The City of Indio is the largest and fastest growing city in the Coachella Valley with more than 89,000 residents. Nearly 1.4 million people visit Indio every year to attend its world famous arts, food, and music festivals. With nationally recognized public safety services, exceptional schools, great parks and senior and teen centers, no wonder more than 2,700 new housing units are in construction or being planned throughout the city in addition to new hotels, restaurants and retailers. Indio was the first city incorporated in the Coachella Valley on May 16, 1930, and is governed by an elected City Council that employs a City Manager. The City of Indio embraces its diversity and provides outstanding municipal services to enhance the quality of life for its residents, visitors and the business community.