Public Works

The following updates are for construction-related work being done within and/or impacting the public right-of-way.

The status of Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects can be found here.


Construction Projects

PG&E Natural Gas Pipeline Upgrade Projects


PG&E is upgrading pressure-regulating equipment on the natural gas pipelines in Emeryville as part of a system-wide safety program. Work has already begun and will continue through January 2018.

The Emeryville Municipal Code noise ordinance limits construction work to Monday through Friday, 7 AM to 6 PM. In addition, Public Works has limited work hours on the following streets to lessen impacts to traffic, but still provide time for PG&E to complete their projects quickly:

Christie Ave: 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Shellmound Way: 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Powell St: 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Hollis St: 7 AM – 4 PM 

More information on the PG&E projects are below.
 

PG&E PM#30986349 - Christie Ave & 64th St

Location:

Christie Ave & 64th St Site Plan

Scope:

Notification Letter

Schedule:

 Project Schedule

Contractor:

Teichert Pipelines, Inc.
 

PG&E PM#30986351 - Hollis St & Park Ave


Location:

 Hollis St & Park Ave Site Plan

Scope:

Notification Letter

Schedule:

 Project Schedule

Contractor:

Teichert Pipelines, Inc. 
  

PG&E PM#31021606 - 43rd St & Adeline St


Location:

43rd St & Adeline St Site Plan

Scope:

TBA

Schedule:

 TBA

Contractor:

TBA 
  
For questions on these PG&E projects, please contact the local PG&E representative:
Roxanne Cruz
Sr. Gas Outreach Specialist
650-291-9894
Roxanne.Cruz@pge.com


Horton Street Trial Traffic Calming Project


Location:

Horton Street between 45th and 53rd Streets link to site plan.

Benefit:

This project will construct temporary traffic calming measures and their effectiveness will be evaluated.

Scope:

 Install temporary speed bumps, signage and striping

Schedule:

Project is on-going.

Impact:

Parking and traffic will be impacted during working hours. 

Contractor:

 Chrisp Company website

City Project Manager:

 Michael Roberts, Senior Civil Engineer
Send feedback regarding the trial traffic calming project via this survey.
   


 

  

Maintenance Work


Major maintenance projects will be posted here.
 
   

Public Works Responsibilities


The Public Works Department is responsible for designing, inspecting, and managing the City Capital Improvement Projects, including: 
  • City parks
  • Sidewalk and street construction / reconstruction
  • Street lights
  • Storm drains and sewer
  • Traffic signals
  • Water
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