Pismo Beach paving project to repair streets and sidewalks

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Pismo Beach will host a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday to mark the start of the city’s massive paving project.

The project aims to repair 33% of streets with fixes, including new curb ramps and sidewalk additions, with a focus on residential neighborhoods, according to a city news release.

Construction is slated for sections of Mattie Way, Ocean Boulevard, Price Street and James Way neighborhoods, among others.

Repairs are expected to take about two years.

On April 19, the Pismo Beach awarded CalPortland Construction a $10 million contract to complete the project, according to the release.

Residents and business owners can keep up to date with the city’s repair work at pismobeach.org/963/Paving-Project.

The groundbreaking ceremony begins at 1 p.m. at 100 Crest Drive next to the Pismo Beach Post Office.

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Road repairs are planned for this section of Price Street in Pismo Beach as part of the city’s paving project. Pismo town beach

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Road repairs are planned for this section of Mattie Road and Ocean Boulevard in Pismo Beach as part of the city’s paving project. Pismo town beach

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Road repairs are planned for these areas from James Way to Pismo Beach as part of the city’s paving project. Pismo town beach

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Chloe Lovejoy is a reporting intern for The Tribune. She is currently a third-year student at Cal Poly majoring in journalism.


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