For years, Concord residents have said roadway repairs are one of their most urgent City priorities. Thanks to funding from Measure V, Concord has dozens of projects in the works, and 14 will be under construction over the summer months.
Most of the projects include some kind of road paving (residential and arterial) as well as other improvements, including accessible sidewalks, and new fiber.
Measure V is the voter-approved, one-cent use and transaction tax that preserves core City services and generates about $30 million annually. The City leveraged this funding to make an immediate investment in its roads through a five-year pavement management plan, which began in July 2022.
These projects will likely require some lane or road closures and detours. City staff shares information about major closures through Nextdoor and/or its social media channels, so be sure to follow the City’s accounts.
You can get more information about each project and its timeline on our interactive Capital Improvement Projects map: cityofconcord.org/CIP.
Thank you for your patience as we work to improve Concord's roadways.
**This article and map are featured in the Summer 2023 issue of Concord's City News & Activity Guide, which was mailed to all residents and businesses in April**