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Concord Construction Update – Grant Street/East Street Pavement Rehabilitation Project


The pavement rehabilitation of Grant Street from Solano Way to High School Avenue and East Street from High School Avenue to Salvio Street in Concord is still ongoing, but should come to an end in the next few weeks.

Work began in October, and was briefly halted due to the rain.

As always, use caution if you’re in the area and pay attention to signage.



Exit 12A January 26, 2023 - 1:34 PM - 1:34 PM

To: City Engineer, City of Concord
From: The Public
Please rehab the pavement Concord Avenue between Contra Costa Boulevard and John Glenn Drive, especially the eastbound direction. Ruts, potholes, and alligatored pavement is prevalent. Also, please correct the drainage under Interstate 680 where it floods during storms.
Thank you.

Joe January 26, 2023 - 2:08 PM - 2:08 PM

As a scooter rider, I can attest to the horrible road conditions around Concord. I feel every bump on Clayton Rd. Think I’m going to need new shocks soon. I assume the City of Concord will reimburse me for those? Yeah, right.

TPC January 26, 2023 - 8:44 PM - 8:44 PM

I am just waiting to get pulled over for drunk or distracted driving any day now in this town as I play dodge the potholes. I hope “pavement rehabilitation” is a city-wide plan with permanent repairs, not just pothole quick fixes. We have some really bad roads…San Miguel, Willow Pass. And if you haven’t had the pleasure of driving on Grenada, make sure you bring an all terrain vehicle. It’s a disaster.

dude January 26, 2023 - 8:46 PM - 8:46 PM

Concord Ave from Salvio to Contra Costa Blvd is a disaster and Concord and Contra Costa government should be embarrassed that the road named after the city is in 2 out of 5 condition (at best). It has been like this for too many years.

Winston January 27, 2023 - 11:09 AM - 11:09 AM

I feel these projects aren’t happening fast enough to keep up with the deteriorating pavement around town and that the city is always letting the roads fall apart instead of patching them before they need major repair. Wasn’t the sales tax increase supposed to fix this?

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