Mammoth’s fall rehab and construction


Mammoth Lakes, CA – The Town of Mammoth Lakes has contracted with Spiess Construction to perform road rehabilitation this fall in the Bluffs and sidewalk installation and road rehabilitation along Meridian Blvd. The Town thanks you in advance for your patience and understanding during the construction period.

The Bluffs

Asphalt grinding and repaving of the streets in the Bluffs, including Fir Street, LeVerne Street, and Pine Street, began on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. The work will be completed on Friday, September 12, 2014. If you require additional information about this project or have concerns during the construction period, please feel free to contact Jamie Robertson, Town of Mammoth Lakes, Assistant Civil Engineer at (760) 934-8989 ext. 283.

Meridian Boulevard

Asphalt grinding and paving on Meridian Blvd. from Sierra Park Road to Minaret Road will begin on Monday, September 8, 2014 and is scheduled to be completed on Friday, November 7, 2014. During the construction period, Meridian Blvd. will be reduced to two lanes. The Contractor and Town will communicate with private property owners and businesses to minimize impact.

When complete, Meridian Blvd. will be one lane in each direction with a center turn lane including a sidewalk along the north side of Meridian Blvd. If you require further information about this project or have concerns during construction please contact: Haislip Hayes, Town of Mammoth Lakes, PE, Associate Civil Engineer at (760) 934-8989 ext. 254.


2 Responses to Mammoth’s fall rehab and construction

  1. Ken Warner September 8, 2014 at 2:12 pm #

    I was so looking forward to a traffic circle on Minaret.

  2. cl September 9, 2014 at 12:21 pm #

    The Meridian project is so needed. I used to own a condo on Meridian. I sold it because I couldn’t stand living on that road anymore. It was ridiculously dangerous to walk down, the traffic with 4 lanes was way too heavy and fast. I was scared walking to the bus as an adult, I would be even more afraid of children trying to get to school on foot. I would be curious to know the plan on the snow removal of the sidewalks. It seems like there quite a few really nice walkways that are never plowed in the winter rendering them useless.


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