Clematis Streetscape Phase II Updates

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June 26, 2019

The streetscape project continues to move along at a rapid pace!

The Clematis Street and Olive Avenue intersection is on schedule to be opened by Wednesday, July 3. The underground utilities should be completed in the 200 block in the beginning of July and the utility work in the Clematis 100 Block North is set to begin the week of July 8. The Narcissus Avenue and Clematis Street intersection will be closed beginning July 8 and lasting until the end of the project. South Narcissus Avenue will become a north bound road from Datura Street and traffic will still be able to flow onto Clematis 100 Block South for the time being. 

Construction in the 200 block will continue with the construction of the strata vault root space system for the oak tree planter areas, more sidewalk demolition, and curb prep in the month of July. 

June 3, 2019

Effective now through October 2019: The 200 block of Clematis Street will be closed to road traffic to begin work on the Clematis Streetscape project.  This portion of Clematis Street is expected to reopen in October barring any project delays. Pedestrian traffic will remain unaffected and businesses will remain open during the project.

The Clematis Streetscape project will make design improvements to Clematis Street that will elevate the experience and overall quality of life for Clematis merchants, residents and visitors.

The 200 block of Clematis Street is a part of the second phase of the multi-phased project and will take place during the summer months for minimal impact. 

May 13, 2019

Clematis Streetscape Phase II has officially begun. The multiphase project began in 2018 with improvements to the 300 block of Clematis Street and now continues with similar adjustments to public spaces on the 100 and 200 blocks of our iconic street. Construction is scheduled to run from now through December. Improvements include wider sidewalks with more shade trees, narrowed traffic lanes and curbless street design, to allow for an easier and more enjoyable pedestrian experience along the corridor.