Citywide Streets Project Updates

Last updated on September 21, 2020

A Note from the Public Works Department


The Public Works Department will consistently update this page with the latest notices for Citywide Streets maintenance and construction. Your patience and cooperation while construction is underway and the unavoidable inconvenience of traffic delays that are typically associated with this type of work will be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any scheduled projects, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 933-4212.

Thank You,
City of Santa Paula Public Works Department 

September 22: Phase II Citywide Street Maintenance Update

The City's paving contractors, J&H Engineering General Contractor, Inc., will continue performing paving work tomorrow, Tuesday, 9/22 at Area 1, for the Citywide Street Maintenance Project as shown on the site map below. The City's contractor will be paving West Telegraph Rd. between Country View Ct. and Peck Rd. Paving is planned to continue through next week to cover Areas 5, 6, and 7.

This work will require intermittent traffic lane closures causing an increase in traffic in the work zone area. If possible, please avoid the construction area and adjust your commute accordingly. Please:

  • Expect periodic lane closures and traffic delays
  • Be patient and follow the directions of those managing traffic on site
  • Stop and wait for pedestrians crossing the street.
  • Give your self extra time to get through the work zone, or choose an alternate route.
  • SLOW DOWN when approaching the road construction zone.

Your patience and cooperation while work is underway is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 933-4212.

Street Paving

Citywide Street Maintenance Schedule: Phase II to begin week of August 24

The City's paving contractors, J&H Engineering General Contractor, Inc., Pavement Coatings, Co., and Super Seal & Stripe, will be performing road maintenance work on various streets throughout the City as part of the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Citywide Street Maintenance Project. Scope of work for Phase II of the Citywide Street Maintenance consists of performing a thin asphalt overlay on City streets. This project will improve the overall ride quality and structural integrity of the pavement and ultimately extend the service life of these streets for many years.


The City's Street Maintenance Program is designed to ensure City streets that are in good condition remain that way over a much longer period of time while significantly reducing the amount of costly pavement rehabilitation and reconstruction work in the future.

Construction is anticipated to begin the week of August 24, 2020 and end October 2020. Hours of operation are scheduled from 7:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Scheduled street maintenance operations will affect seven (7) street sections, as shown on the project site plan below. Some streets may be temporarily closed off during construction. Residents will be notified in advance when street parking will be affected via, mailed postcards, door hangers and street posted no parking signs.

View and download the press releases here.

Site Map

9/22 citywide street maintenance update map


Week of 8/17/20 Street Maintenance Project Updates

During the month of July alone, 28 neighborhood road sections were addressed through the Santa Paula Public Work team’s Citywide Street Maintenance Project. Read more here.  View and download the press releases here.

Street Maintenance Project Update Bulletin (English)
Street Maintenance Project Update Bulletin (Español)

Check out some before-and-after shots of our ongoing microsurfacing project!

Understanding Pavement Management Made Easy by the City of Santa Paula - Video Release May 28, 2020

The City of Santa Paula is excited to unveil the release of two educational videos on pavement management for its residents. The first video, Pavement Management 101, provides insight into the complex process and considerations for managing Santa Paula’s streets and roads, while the second video, 2020-2025 Pavement Management Plan, overviews the plans and projects planned over the next 5 years.

Pavement Management 101 Video

5 Year Pavement Management Plan Video

Construction Update - May 22, 2020

This notice is to update the street maintenance operations. Due to the high wind conditions experienced this week, the City’s contractor was not able to apply rejuvenating fog seal on certain streets that were scheduled for:

Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Thursday, May 21, 2020

City staff is working with the contractor on a revised schedule, and new dates will be posted on the no‐parking signage. Your patience and cooperation while the street maintenance work is underway are appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 933‐4212.

Citywide Street Maintenance Schedule: Update for Week of May 18, 2020

The City’s contractors will begin road maintenance work on various streets throughout the City as part of the Citywide Street Maintenance Project. Street maintenance consist of applying crack seals, rejuvenator seals, micro surfacing, and thin asphalt overlay over existing streets. These street maintenance techniques will help improve the overall ride quality and structural integrity of the pavement and ultimately extend the service life of these streets for many years. Scheduled street maintenance operations for the week of 5/18, will affect 25 local streets, as shown on the schedule below. Hours of operation are scheduled from 8:00AM to 5:00PM. Residents will be notified in advance when street parking will be affected via door hangers and no‐parking signage. Your patience and cooperation while construction is underway and patience with any brief traffic is appreciated. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 933‐4212.

Detailed list of streets being worked on can be found here.

Citywide Streets Maintenance Begins May 2020

The Citywide Street Maintenance Project (Project), beginning May 2020 the City’s paving contractors will be performing road maintenance work on numerous streets throughout the city. Contractors will be applying crack seals, asphalt rejuvenator seals, micro-surfacing and thin asphalt overlay to existing city streets. 

Construction is anticipated to take place May 2020 through August 2020. In general, hours of operation are scheduled from 8:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Specific construction details and affected streets for each phase of the Project will be posted online by the City, and residents will be notified in advance when street parking will be affected via door hangers and no-parking signage. It’s important to note that some streets may be temporarily closed off for several hours at a time during construction.

While Santa Paula’s streets will be greatly improved after this Project is implemented, the City urges everyone to keep in mind that street maintenance and repair is a continuous process. Therefore, while all this work is occurring, the Santa Paula Public Works team will be hard at work planning for ongoing maintenance projects to help keep the Santa Paula community moving.

Pavement Slurry Seal and Rehabilitation Notice

The City’s contractor, Toro Enterprises Inc., will begin paving of roads on April 30, 2020 for the 2019‐2020 Slurry Seal and Rehabilitation Project. The project encompasses local road improvement of Areas B and C as approved in the capital improvement program for fiscal year 2019‐2020. Paving operations will affect seventeen (17) local streets, as shown on the schedule below. Hours of operation are scheduled from 8:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. The City will continue to post a more detailed paving schedule before work commences, including a list of streets that will be affected.
Residents will be notified in advance when street parking will be affected via no‐parking signage.

To see the streets that will be worked on click here.

Citywide Streets Maintenance Related Documents