Good evening – here are two quick items: Main Street will be undergoing resurfacing starting Monday, and Cañada College is hosting it’s 21st annual Artistry in Fashion. Please read below!
Redwood City is about to start a road resurfacing project on Main Street between Maple and Veterans. This work starts on Monday, September 24.
This work will provide a smoother, safer, improved roadway – but will cause some inconvenience to residents, businesses, and motorists in these areas during the work. The major resurfacing work is scheduled to begin September 24, 2012, and will be completed in approximately one week. Temporary striping will be installed after the paving and permanent striping will be installed in October
Neighbors are being notified of specific scheduling and details of the work, and appropriate “No Parking” signage is being installed. The short-term inconvenience consists of a requirement to keep cars off the street during certain portions of the work. The City will take all reasonable measures to minimize the impact of construction activity, though some inconvenience is unavoidable.
Motorists should expect periodic lane closures, detours, some dust, and temporary parking restrictions during construction. All roadway users are asked to be particularly cautious during construction. If possible, motorists should use alternate routes during the work in order to avoid delays.
Overall work hours will be 7:30 am until 4 pm. Main Street WILL remain open to traffic during construction. At times Main Street may be under one-way traffic control with flaggers to stop traffic so that opposing vehicles may pass. Appropriate signage will be posted in the area.
In general, the process for this resurfacing project will involve two phases, Prep Work and Overlay:
- Prep Work – repair failed areas and low spots, and remove weeds;
- Overlay – loose material will be swept up, and a two inch layer of new asphalt will be placed on top of the existing surface. Traffic controls will be in place to direct vehicles around the new asphalt. Drivers are asked to proceed carefully and look for signs to direct traffic.
Thanks for your patience on this, I think you’ll be pleased with the result!
Cañada College Fashion Department celebrates its 21stannual “Artistry in Fashion”
Saturday, September 29, 2012, 10 am
4200 Farm Hill Blvd. Redwood City
- 10AM-4PM: Professional Designer Sale featuring 60 designers selling clothing, jewelry, and fashions on the plaza
- 11:30AM: Designer Showcase/Fashion Show in the outdoor amphitheater.
- Noon-3PM: Fashion Department’s Open House. Meet instructors, learn about course offerings, and view student projects and garments.
- 1:30PM: Marsha McClintock, pattern designer (Saf TPockets) and author, presents a fashion show in the auditorium.
$10. Donation. Proceeds benefit the Cañada College Fashion Department.
Food will be available for purchase.
Free parking on campus.
For more information: www.ArtistryInFashion.com or call (650) 306-3370