Stone Valley Road To See Improvements
the north end of Danville, Stone Valley Road is a popular way to get to Interstate
680, Monte Vista High School, Oak
Hill Park, and the neighborhoods surrounding Green Valley Road. This critical road carries several thousand
vehicles each day, and a road maintenance project will ensure that the commute
is nice and smooth before the start of the new school year.
Costa County is responsible for maintaining most of this roadway, with the Town
taking care of a small section within its boundaries. Starting in mid-July, the
County will be performing a major pavement resurfacing operation over the
entire length of Stone Valley Road between I-680 and Green Valley Road. The project will include resurfacing of the
Town’s portion of the roadway as part of an agreement reached between the two
agencies. The estimated total project
cost is $255,000, with the Town contributing $17,000 toward the roadway work located
within its municipal boundary.
Valley Road will remain open during construction, some delays can be expected
due to lane closures. These operations will take place between 9:00 a.m. and
3:00 p.m. during the week. The work is expected to be completed in early August.
more information on the project, contact Contra Costa County
Public Works spokesman Rob Tavenier at 925-313-2009 or email@example.com. For information on
the Town of Danville’s Pavement
Management Program, contact Assistant Civil Engineer Ron Allen at 925-314-3346