The City of Patterson is pleased to announce that the City has been awarded funds from the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecyle) through their Rubberized Pavement Grant Program, Grant No. TRP 10-18-0073. This program encourages recycling and reduces waste by requiring Grantees to utilize California generated recycled tire waste materials in the form of Rubberized Asphalt Concrete Hot-Mix or Rubberized Chip Seal. The funds from this grant will be distributed between two projects: The Las Palmas Overlay Project and the Kinshire Water Replacement and Street Full-depth Reconstruction Project. Between the two projects, the City estimates that it will utilize a total of 4,428 tons of Rubberized Asphalt Concrete Hot-Mix.
The Kinshire Waterline Replacement/FDR Projecttakes place in the area bounded by Sperry Avenue to the north, Poppy Avenue to the south, Clover Avenue to the west, and Patterson Irrigation District’s (PID) main canal to the east. The project scope includes replacing all water mains and water service lines for the area. Natural pipe deterioration has caused failure to the existing subsurface and asphalt pavement. The purpose of the project is to replace aging infrastructure. Including, full-depth reconstruction of the existing neighborhood streets, upgrading all pedestrian crosswalk ramps to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Standards, and any curb/gutter and sidewalk that does not allow proper gutter slope to drain effectively. Rubberized Asphalt Concrete Hot-Mix will be utilized on Clover Avenue from Kinshire Way through Sperry Avenue, on Kinshire Way from Clover Avenue through Agadoni Court, and on South 9th Street from Kinshire Way through Sperry Avenue.