Crestmoor residents are being invited to attend a meeting on Saturday to get an update about the next set of improvements that will take place in the neighborhood.
According to the city, the first phase of the reconstruction project—a major effort to rebuild what was damaged in the neighborhood during the 2010 PG&E pipeline explosion—is nearing completion. The next phase of the project will focus on replacing the neighborhood's underground water and sewer system.
A significant portion of the neighborhood's infrastructure was compromised during the fire, so the second phase, which is expected to begin next week, also will include building new storm drains and repaving streets in several areas.
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The open house will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Fire Station No. 52, which is located on Earl Avenue and Sneath Lane. City staff and the project contractor will be available to answer questions and explain the scope of the next set of improvements.
To RSVP for the meeting, call the city's Public Services Department at at 650-616-7065 or email to email@example.com. For more information about the Crestmoor reconstruction project, visit www.rebuildcrestmoor.org.