Our Public Works & Utilities Department recently completed the East Washington Sidewalk Frontage Improvements project, which added improved safety and accessibility around the split-rail fencing near the Petaluma Airport.
While this project was relatively small, the impact it makes on the safety of this area is big. Just another step on our journey to make our roads safer for all who use them!
The East Washington Sidewalk Frontage Improvements Project included installation of an Asphalt curb directly in front of the existing split-rail wood fence in order to provide additional protection for the multi-use path from vehicles traveling along East Washington Street. In addition, the project included the demolition of a section of the split-rail fencing near the Petaluma Municipal Airport maintenance entrance to allow for easy access off of East Washington Street. Lastly, new reflective bollards and a chain were installed at the maintenance entrance to provide additional protection and access restriction, where no asphalt curb was installed.
No traffic impacts.
This project has been completed.
This project is funded by the Airport Operating Fund & Street
Maintenance Fund with a total project cost of $11,500.