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Press Release

Recycled Water Project Construction Update

Posted: Nov 21, 2019

November 21, 2019
recycled water project construction update: Lammers Road
closed nightly, reduced to one lane with flaggers during daytime November & DECEMBER, 2019
Tracy, Calif. – The City’s contractor, Mountain Cascade Inc., has begun construction related to the ongoing Recycled Water Project on Lammers Road beginning south of Kimball High School and ending at the intersection of Lammers and Schulte Road. In an effort to minimize traffic impacts to local residents, schools, neighbors and motorists, most of the pipeline installation and trenching work will be completed during the nighttime and is expected to be complete by December 10, 2019.
During the nighttime construction, Lammers Road will be closed from 9:30 PM to 4:30 AM and traffic will be detoured to alternative routes primarily using Eleventh Street, Corral Hollow Road, Old Schulte Road/Western Pacific Way and Valpico Road. Traffic from Bay Area may use International Parkway, Schulte Road and a portion of Lammers Road to access the Redbridge Development when work is performed between Kimball High School and Redbridge Road. 
In order to cap the trenches with permanent asphalt and pave the street, some construction work will be required during the daytime due to cooler temperatures at night. One lane will be open to through traffic and traffic control will be provided using flagging operations during daytime construction between the hours of 9 AM to 3 PM when school is in session and 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM on the days when schools are closed. There will be no work performed Wednesday night, November 27th through Saturday night, November 30th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Construction for this project has been completed in multiple phases, with work planned on a street segment-by-segment basis. This is being done to avoid cumulative delays, longer detours and minimize inconvenience to our community. Reader boards are being placed onsite prior to the start of construction to notify drivers who frequent the area of the upcoming changes. Additionally, construction notices/updates are being issued to neighboring developments and residents along Lammers Road on a timely basis as this project progresses until expected completion: early 2020. 
What to Expect During Construction through December 10th, 2019

During construction, public safety is the top priority. To minimize delays and to ensure safety, through traffic will be detoured around the construction site on Lammers Road during nighttime construction when the road is closed. However, emergency vehicle access will be allowed at all times. Access to residents of Redbridge area and fronting property owners will be maintained during the nighttime construction through the south side of town using Corral Hollow Road, Valpico Road, Old Schulte Road/Western Pacific Way and Lammers Road when construction is underway between Kimball High School and Redbridge Road. While work is being done between Redbridge Road and intersection of Lammers and Schulte Road, resident access to the Redbridge and fronting residents will be allowed from the north using Eleventh Street and Lammers Road. Local residents and the traveling public should anticipate extra delays in the area during construction. Lammers Road will be open to traffic during daytime, but delays as Lammers Road will be reduced to one lane and traffic will be flagged during daytime construction.   Access for other local area residents will be maintained at all times. We apologize for the traffic impacts this work may cause and appreciate your patience.
The City of Tracy Recycled Water Master Plan outlines construction of recycled water infrastructure throughout the City, with major transmission lines running from the Wastewater Treatment Plant to
Lammers Road, south of Eleventh Street, via Grant Line, Byron and Lammers Roads. The recycled water will serve the irrigation needs of street medians, right-of-way landscaping, City parks and Tracy sports fields (including Legacy Fields, Plascencia Fields and the Tracy Sports Complex). The recycled water will also serve the irrigation needs of onsite landscaping in commercial and industrial facilities in the Tracy community. In the future, recycled water may also attract major economic development projects and serve the needs of new developments within the City’s General Plan area. This project improves Tracy’s water reliability and sustainability of water resources. Additional information about the Recycled Water Project can be found on the City of Tracy website: https://www.ci.tracy.ca.us/?navid=6344.
IMAGE: Lammers Road Closure Map


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