La Habra Heights Construction

La Habra Heights Construction Update

The City of La Habra Heights formed the Street Maintenance Assessment District No. 7 in June of 2018 to fund the maintenance of streets and drainage improvements throughout the City. The construction contract for the next Street Improvement Project for the Fiscal Year 2019/20 was recently awarded to R.J. Noble. In this post, CivicMic shares the La Habra Heights construction update for the latest project.

Important: Street Maintenance Assessment District No. 7 funds, along with the annual contribution from the General Fund, are used for the City’s annual (ongoing and long-term) street improvement projects. The annual street improvement projects do not cover potholes and routine maintenance. Potholes and routine maintenance are paid separately through the City’s Public Works (General Fund) budget.

Over $727,309 of street improvements, including road work and crack sealing, will be completed in the following locations:

  • Bonita Drive
  • Cypress Street (Avocado Crest Rd. to Mayapan Rd.)
  • Darlene Drive
  • Dorothea Road (Tumin Rd. to South end cul-de-sac)
  • Ganter Road
  • La Cresta Drive
  • Mayapan Road
  • Nabal Road (Dorothea Rd. to Cypress St.)
  • Popenoe Road
  • Rincon Drive
  • Hiatt Street
  • Kashlan Road (Cypress St. to Popenoe Rd.)
  • Avocado Crest Road (Lamat to 1675’ w/o Dorothea Rd.)
  • Walnut Street (Via Miguel to Cypress St.)

La Habra Heights Construction Timeline and Important Information

The construction effort is anticipated to begin mid-July 2021 and conclude in mid-November 2021. It will occur on Mondays through Fridays (excluding City designated holidays) between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

During the construction, certain parking areas will be restricted to allow access for construction and vehicle movement. For residents’ convenience, the City will post “No Parking” and closure signs 72 hours in advance of the activity. Road closures and traffic delays will be expected throughout the duration of the required road work. However, roads will remain open outside of work hours and on weekends. The City also encourages residents to prepare for construction by removing overgrown landscaping, debris, and dirt sloughing on the public right-of-way.

Additional updates will be posted on CivicMic. In the meantime, please use the “Share this:” buttons below to share this post with your neighbors and read other posts with valuable information about the Street Maintenance Assessment District No. 7.


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