De Palma Road Resurfacing
Limits: Santiago Canyon Road to Horsethief Canyon Road
Length: Approximately 1.4 miles
Community: Horsethief Canyon
The County of Riverside Transportation Department is proposing to resurface approximately 1.4 miles of De Palma Road from Santiago Canyon Road to Horsethief Canyon Road. De Palma Road is classified as a Major Highway in the County of Riverside General Plan. De Palma Road is a two lane road and currently ranges from 29-80 feet wide with dike at various segments of the roadway. The proposed improvements consist of pulverizing the roadway width and dirt shoulder, then overlaying the pulverized material with Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA).
Additional improvements include:
Reconstruction of asphalt concrete dike and overside drain
Replacement of guardrail
Placement of safety edge, shoulder backing, miscellaneous asphalt concrete, railings, and barricades.
Striping of roadway, including pavement markers and reflectors
Remove/Salvage and replacement of signs
No additional right-of-way or temporary construction easements will be required to construct the proposed improvements. The project improvements will raise existing roadway profile by 0.45 feet.
Environmental Clearance: April 2018
Final Design: March 2018
Construction Start: October 2018
Construction Completion: April 2019