St. Julien Road Reconstruction - August 27 Update
Last week construction continued on the rock retaining wall.
Work continued on trenching for the electrical conduit installation for streetlights.
Crews completed 80mm of gravel subbase installation of the roadway.
Next week work will continue on stone walls and electrical hookups.
Landscaping crews are planning to work Saturday, Aug. 27 starting at 10 a.m.
Crews will be placing a gravel base under the curb and gutters. Please note the extruder – an automated machine that builds curbs and gutters – will tentatively be on site the end of next week into the week of September 6. Curb concrete pouring is tentatively scheduled for September 8-9. This will cut off driveway access to every property for approx. three to five days and then there will be paving a week later which, will also cut off access for three to four days. Please take note of the construction matrix for closures and plan ahead to access your vehicle.
Dangerous construction site
St. Julien Road is closed to public access by vehicle, bicycle or by foot. St. Julien Road will be closed until October.
Only residents who live on St. Julien are permitted to enter the street, and only when safe to do so, in coordination with work crews.
People must not put themselves in danger by attempting to access St. Julien Road – please stay outside the construction area for your own safety, and please help direct visitors to safe detours on Tunnel Mountain.
The lower trail head remains inaccessible. Follow the detours via the Ken Madsen Path around to the upper trail head for hiking Tunnel Mountain.