• Construction Updates

  • Construction Updates - Week Beginning June 26, 2017 Construction Updates - Week Beginning June 26, 2017

    1. MEASURE P STORM DRAINS: Citywide Storm Drain Repairs Phase 3 - next up - Soledad Drive at Soledad Place - potential road closure at times - dates still to be determined
    2. MEASURE P STREETS: Citywide Street Resurfacing Phase 4: Work in New Monterey/Cannery Row area. NOTE: NEW MONTEREY SCHEDULE POSTPONED BY ONE DAY, CANNERY ROW SCHEDULE UPDATED AS FOLLOWS: Tuesday 6/27- Foam (Hoffman to Prescott) Wednesday 6/28 - Wave (Hoffman to Irving) Thursday 6/29 - Irving (Foam to Laine)
    3. MEASURE P SIDEWALKS: Citywide Sidewalk Repair Phase 3 See map and list of streets and dates 
    4. MEASURE P ADA: Citywide ADA Ramps and Street Reconstruction, Phase 3  Sloat Avenue: Road closed Mon., June 26 through Fri., June 30. MONDAY: work between Ninth and 10th streets, then this section will open; TUES - FRI, closed from Ninth Street to Del Monte Avenue.
    5. Wharf II Pile Replacement & Repair - Repairs continue - Impacts to parking and traffic on the commercial wharf. (CIP)
    6. Veteran's Park Bocce Ball Court (NIP) 
    7. Police Department Lobby ADA improvements
    8. Cal Am Monterey Pipeline Project (NON-CITY PROJECT) also see www.watersupplyproject.org/ - Paving work will wrap up on North Fremont Street and begin on High and Jefferson Streets in Monterey. Pipeline construction will also continue Madison Street. Have a question or concern? Call the CalAm project hotline at: (831) 646-3297
    9. Highway 68/Highway 1 Roundabout (monterey.org/hh68)

    Day and Night work
    Thursday, June 22 – Tuesday, June 27 (Day and Night)
    Those leaving Pebble Beach from the Highway 1 Gate will be able to turn left to access Highway 68 ONLY. The southbound Highway 1 on-ramp will remain CLOSED for the duration. The Highway 1 Gate entrance to Pebble Beach will be OPEN. (Traffic will run on rough, unpaved road near the teardrop island). Wednesday, June 28 (Night: 8 p.m. – 6 a.m.) Night closure of southbound Highway 1 on-ramp, off-ramp, and the Pebble Beach Highway 1 Gate Gate entrance and exit will be CLOSED. The on-ramp and Highway 1 Gate will be OPEN during the DAY. (Traffic will run on rough, unpaved road near the tear drop island) Thursday, June 29 (Night: 8 p.m. – 6 a.m.) Night closure of the southbound Highway 1 on-ramp, off-ramp, and the Pebble Beach Highway 1 Gate entrance and exit will be CLOSED. The on-ramp and Highway 1 Gate will be OPEN during the day. During the southbound Highway 1 on-ramp closure, drivers coming from Pacific Grove, Community Hospital, and the Aguajito Road neighborhood who are going towards southbound Highway 1 (towards Carmel) will need to follow the signed detour and head north on Highway 1 to make a U-turn at Munras Avenue. Large trucks and busses are advised to U-turn at Aguajito Road. During the Pebble Beach Highway 1 Gate closures, drivers are advised to use an alternate gate.

    In addition to working on the island, crews are also scheduled to work on the left shoulder of the SB Hwy 1 off-ramp. There may be flaggers and additional congestion (especially on the SB off-ramp) from time-to-time.

    Check monterey.org/construction for other ongoing and upcoming projects.
    CalTrans may be performing other work locally. Look up CalTrans construction

     

  • Holman Highway 68 Roundabout

    Live Construction Cam

    The Holman Highway 68 Roundabout will relieve congestion at the busy intersection of Holman Highway 68, Highway 1 ramps and 17 Mile Drive near the entrance to Pebble Beach and the Community Hospital. This project is the result of a collaborative effort and a public-private partnership between the City of Monterey, Pebble Beach Company, Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District, County of Monterey, City of Pacific Grove, Caltrans and the Transportation Agency for Monterey County.

    Contact Grant Leonard: grant@tamcmonterey.org or (831) 775-0903 for more information.

    TEXT ALERTS: Sign up to receive text message alerts for the Holman highway 68 Roundabout by texting 68roundabout to 888777.

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  • Goals Goals

    • Relieve existing and future traffic congestion
    • Improve traffic safety
    • Improve traffic operations
    • Minimize delay of emergency vehicle access to the Community Hospital
    • Reduce bypass traffic through the Skyline Forest Neighborhood
    • Improve access to Pebble Beach, Community Hospital and Beverly Manor Development
  • Holman Highway 68 Roundabout Project
  • Veterans Affairs Marina Health Care Clinic Veterans Affairs Marina Health Care Clinic

  • The opening of the VA/DoD Clinic in Marina is set for Summer 2017.

    The new clinic will house administrative support spaces and medical clinic spaces including the following:

    • Primary Care
    • Mental Health
    • Audiology and Speech Pathology
    • Podiatry
    • Optometry/Opthalmology
    • Dermatology

     

  • Monterey Conference Center Renovation

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      February 2017 Monterey Conference Center Hard Hat Tour
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      February 2017 Monterey Conference Center Hard Hat Tour
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      February 2017 Monterey Conference Center Hard Hat Tour
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      February 2017 Monterey Conference Center Hard Hat Tour
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      February 2017 Monterey Conference Center Hard Hat Tour
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      Monterey Conference Center, May 2016
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      Rendering of Complete Renovation
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      Renderingof Complete Renovation
  • Conference Center Renovation Facts Conference Center Renovation Facts

    • 40,000+ square feet of meeting space (3,200-person total capacity)
    • More flexible and usable meeting space (large rooms can be easily reconfigured; separate events can be simultaneously held in Center, etc.)
    • Upgraded technology and systems, modernized building that meets ADA requirements and is LEED certified
    • $60 million renovation project is 100 percent funded by the City of Monterey hotels and motels through Conference Center Facilities District (CCFD) bonds (3.95 percent rate)
    • Groundbreaking in December 2015
    • Grand reopening TBA
  • Conference Center Renovation Project Team Conference Center Renovation Project Team

  • "What a Relief" Sewer Rehabilitation Project

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  • Current News Current News

    The “What a Relief” Sewer Rehabilitation Project is nearly 3/4 complete. The project is expected to be done by summer 2017. With most of the neighborhood sections complete, the work is now shifting to more congested business districts. 

    The City of Monterey thanks the community for their continued patience and understanding during this important infrastructure improvement project. 

    For more information visit Monterey.org/fixingsewer