The housing development currently under construction along First Street includes the extension of Nevada Street to First Street to create the fourth leg of the intersection at First Street/Old Stanley Boulevard/Stanley Boulevard. This part of the development project involves the realignment of the south end of Old Stanley Boulevard – between First Street/Stanley Boulevard and Promenade Way – so that it aligns with the new Nevada Street.
Throughout July all Old Stanley Boulevard local traffic will gain access from Main Street, and all through traffic will be detoured around the closure, using either Ray Street or Valley Avenue depending on direction of travel. For example, motorists southbound on Main Street will be advised by signage that Old Stanley Boulevard is closed to through traffic, and will be detoured to Ray Street and on to First Street; motorists traveling northbound on Main Street will be detoured to Valley Avenue to Stanley Boulevard. Beginning Monday, June 24, message boards will be placed on Stanley Boulevard and Main Street alerting motorists to the upcoming closure.
The closure is the most efficient approach as it allows the work to be completed in four weeks, and while school is not in session, to minimize traffic impacts. The schedule has been carefully organized to get Old Stanley Boulevard open before school starts on August 12 so as not to overlap with the solar project PUSD has planned for the AVHS parking lot.
Project Manager Derek Hansen, DeSilva Gates Construction, 925-557-8321
Construction Services Manager Tim Armbruster, City of Pleasanton, 925-931-5690
Cameron Hutsell, Meritage Homes, 925-543-4063