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El Cerrito Relief Line Project
Name of Project: El Cerrito Relief Line Project 

Impacted Areas:               
  • El Cerrito Avenue: Gramercy Drive to N. Grant Street                                
  • Tilton Avenue: Gramercy Drive to N. Grant Street
  • S. Grant Street: Tilton Avenue to 9th Avenue
  • S. Fremont Street: Tilton Avenue to 9th Avenue
  • 9th Avenue: S. Fremont Street to S. Idaho Street
  • S. Idaho Street: 9th Avenue to Sunnybrae Boulevard

Expected to Commence: Summer of 2012

Expected to Finish: Summer of 2014 
Work Hours: 7:30am to 5:00pm, Monday - Friday.  Possible night work for El Camino Real crossing.

Short Description of Work: Installation of a sewer relief line that is approximately 10,300 feet in length.  The sewer relief line will expand the capacity of the existing sewer trunk line along El Cerrito/Tilton Avenue and be used for wet weather flow that comes from the Town of Hillsborough.

Benefits of Work: Reduce the number of sanitary sewer overflows in the City

Expected Impact: Short term traffic and pedestrian impacts during construction

General Contractor: To be determined

Project Manager: Martin Quan, Associate Engineer
Phone: (650) 522-7330

San Mateo City Hall – 330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403

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