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Progress Report
July 5, 2019 ยท Issue No. 28
In this issue: One Week, Three Crosswalks

1100 block reconstruction
Workers complete the brick paver crosswalk at 12th Street.
crosswalk construction

Construction of the Downtown Streetscape Project continued this week with crews completing north-south crosswalk segments at 13th, 12th and 11th streets. 

For the week ahead, construction of east-west crosswalks is scheduled at these intersections and at 14th Street.

crosswalk at 11th Street
These pedestrians are among the first to travel the new crosswalk at 11th Street.



Sidewalk on 1100 block
Workers power wash and scrub freshly poured sidewalks.
retaining wall at 12th Street

Advancing on the 1100 block

Sidewalk and retaining wall construction continued on the 1100 block of west Camino del Mar this week. For the week ahead, the Downtown Streetscape Project's final half of demolition and reconstruction, on the southern half of the block, is set to begin.

An architect's rendering of the 1100 block of Camino del Mar.
An architect's rendering of the 1100 block of Camino del Mar.

tree sign
What goes here? A Forest Pansy. In cooperation with Del Mar Village Association, the project team has placed placards in planting areas to show the varieties of trees that will be planted in each. When the project is finished, Camino del Mar between Plaza and 9th Street will be lined with 143 trees.

July 16: "Rocky Road" ice cream social

We understand how disruptive construction can be. To thank residents and business owners for their patience, we are hosting a Rocky Road-themed ice cream social (PDF) from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. July 16 at the Del Mar Civic Center, 1050 Camino del Mar. As the project reaches the home stretch, join us for a scoop as we show displays and answer your questions.


Streetscape in a nutshell

The Downtown Streetscape Project will beautify Camino del Mar and improve safety between 9th and Plaza streets. The $7.2 million project includes new sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes, street furniture, landscaping, paving and other improvements. Construction is scheduled to run through August. The Downtown Streetscape Project was first envisioned in 1996 as part of a citywide street and sidewalk improvement program.

Monday: Biweekly briefing, public welcome

Residents and business owners are invited to meet the project team and get the latest information on construction activity during biweekly briefings at the Del Mar Civic Center Town Hall, 1050 Camino del Mar. The next briefing is set for 9 a.m. Monday, July 8. 

Free parking at Civic Center

Visitors to downtown Del Mar can park for free at the Del Mar Civic Center, 1050 Camino Del Mar. The garage is accessible from entrances on 10th and 11th streets and by a stairway or elevator that connect to the plaza above.

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