SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Some serious road work is scheduled to take place this weekend in Santa Maria on Carlotti Drive. The city is making sure people are prepared for delays and giving suggestions on how to avoid the construction.
According to the city, this weekend, October 13th and 14th, International Surfacing Systems, ISS, will apply a roadway surface treatment called Micro-Surface on Carlotti Drive. The limits of work will begin approximately 100 feet north of Donovan Road and continue for 700 feet. The limits of work will end approximately at 1631 North Carlotti Drive.
Working hours will be from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day. Carlotti Drive will remain open with temporary lane closures to direct vehicles around the work zone.
To avoid delays in travel time, the City staff strongly recommends that drivers obey all detour signs, temporary construction traffic control signs, and flagmen, and use alternate routes whenever possible.
Questions may be directed to the Department of Public Works/Engineering Division, 925-0951 ext. 225.
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