State Street Paving Information:
Improvements to East State Street and other streets in Historic Downtown Redlands are set to begin in July, part of the City’s PARIS Resurfacing Project.
OVERVIEW: Work is set to begin improving East State Street as well as Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and portions of Fifth Street between Redlands Boulevard and Citrus Avenue. While the streets will be closed to automobile traffic for up to two weeks, starting July 13, 2015, all businesses will remain open and the City is taking additional measures to assist visitors in reaching their destinations along those streets.
6th Street from Citrus Avenue to Olive Avenue will be resurfaced beginning the week of July 6, 2015, using traditional methods but will remain open to through traffic. The Public Parking Garage on Citrus Avenue will remain accessible.
SHUTTLE: All streets will remain open to pedestrian traffic at all times. In addition, the City will be posting signs to direct visitors to nearby parking areas, such as the Redlands Mall, and will provide all-day shuttle service that will run every fifteen minutes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout the downtown area. Passengers will be dropped off and picked up curb side to the businesses.
MARKET NIGHT: The Thursday night Market Night will be cancelled for two weeks, July 16 and 23, and will resume on July 30.
Pavement Accelerated Repair Implementation Strategy (PARIS)
*Please note that the project year reflects the year of design for that segment of work. For example, PARIS 2014 (567-1028) was designed in 2014 and is the current project under construction.
Current PARIS Project:
Completed PARIS Project:
The PARIS report is the final part of the critical comprehensive pavement management plan as it identifies methodologies to implement the PMP and finance the program. Within the PARIS report, pavement lifecycles, deterioration rates, opportunity costs, contributors to pavement deterioration, and potential funding sources are all identified. Also included is a method for identifying, quantifying, and recovering costs associated with the damage caused by the major contributor to pavement deterioration, i.e. City operated utility vehicles. Additionally, the PARIS report illustrates how the City’s current limited funding for maintenance will result in the street degradation rate accelerating significantly over time. Finally, a strategy that will increase the City’s PCI to approximately 80 in five years through use of various funding sources is given.
- PARIS staff report to City Council 9/18/12
- Resolution No. 7219
- Comprehensive map of PARIS (Year 1-5)
- PARIS Powerpoint