Ventura County Public Works Agency's Transportation Department Puts SB-1 to Work
Positive changes are occurring in Oxnard and Camarillo: SB-1 grants county and pedestrian improvements, according to Ventura County Public Works Agency Transportation Department
By: Ventura County Public Works Agency
"The construction of the schools sidewalks around Camarillo Heights Elementary and Rio Real Elementary will assist in improving the overall safety of the school and the neighboring area," said David Fleisch, Director of the VCPWA Transportation Department. "Now students, parents and residents can feel safer walking to school and in their neighborhood."
To celebrate the momentous development achievements, two separate ribbon cutting events will be held onsite at both project locations. Supervisor John Zaragoza will be in attendance at the Kenny Street Project ribbon cutting ceremony, and Supervisor Kelly Long will be in attendance at the Camarillo Heights ribbon cutting ceremony.
What: Kenney Street Project Ribbon Cutting
When: Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: Rio Real Elementary School; 1140 Kenney Street, Oxnard, CA. 93036
What: Camarillo Heights Ribbon Cutting
When: Monday, Sept. 17 at 1:30 p.m.
Where: Camarillo Heights Elementary; 35 Catalina Drive Camarillo, CA. 93010
Both projects, under VCPWA's jurisdiction, are finalizing the installation of 1,300 feet of sidewalks, curbs and gutters, curb drains, curb ramps and driveway reconstructions around the perimeters of Camarillo Heights Elementary School along Catalina and Mission Drive, and Rio Real Elementary School on the north side of Kenney Street.
Due to an accelerated schedule, construction of both projects are set to commence before the new school year to minimize any impact on regular school operations.
For additional information about Ventura County Public Works Agency, SB-1 Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, and upcoming events, please visit http://pwa.vcpublicworks.org/
Page Updated Last on: Aug 30, 2018