PONDEROSA HEIGHTS – SEALCOAT PROJECT

PONDEROSA HEIGHTS HOASEALCOATING PROJECT UPDATE

IMPORTANT – THE ROAD TO THE ENTRY IS SPLIT – YELLOW SECTION IS CLOSED.  CARS WILL USE THE BLUE SIDE OF THE ROAD FOR BOTH DIRECTIONS OF TRAVEL UNTIL FRIDAY MORNING.

DRIVE VERY SLOWLY AND USE CAUTION WHEN PASSING OTHER VEHICLES AND CREW.  WE EXPECT THAT THE ENTRY AND EXIT GATES WILL OPEN TONIGHT –

DO NOT PARK YOUR VEHICLE IN ANY AREA WHERE THE ROAD HAS BEEN SPLIT.  THIS CAUSES CONGESTION AND IS NOT SAFE.

PONDEROSA HEIGHTS HOASEALCOATING PROJECT 

GREEN AREA – YOU MAY TURN ON IRRIGATION TONIGHT 

BLUE AREA – OPEN – YOU MAY TURN ON IRRIGATION FRIDAY NIGHT

YELLOW AREA – Closed Thursday Aug 15th Opens Fri 8/16 at 7:00am

YOU MAY TURN ON YOUR IRRIGATION SATURDAY NIGHT

NOTE: ROAD SECTIONS CLOSE AT 7:30am (sharp)

Roads will OPEN the following morning (closed overnight)

Sealcoat surface treatment of asphalt roadways within the community will take place on the dates listed above. During these times, vehicles will not be allowed to enter or leave the closed section of the community. The color-coded map on the reverse side of this notice contains information regarding the areas which will be closed to all vehicle traffic and parking for each project day.

 

Before Work Begins:

  • Black Diamond Paving will place No Parking and Road Closed Signs within the community and will clearly mark out the phase locations using white paint on the road.

 

  • Any vehicles left parked on the roadways or in parking areas that are to be closed, will be towed at owner’s expense. Tow trucks will be on-site and will begin removing vehicles without any additional warning.

 

  • The Board of Directors, the Association’s property manager, and Black Diamond Paving cannot provide additional parking information or instruction.

 

  • Leave the property early on the day work is scheduled – We plan to start work at 7:30am and will close the roads at this time.  Once the roads are closed, no vehicles may travel in or out of the work areas – NO EXCEPTIONS

 

  • INFORM YOUR LANDSCAPER – ALL IRRIGATION NEEDS TO BE SHUT OFF 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PROJECT START DATE. Irrigation water will damage the sealcoat and compromise the quality of the surface treatment.  The roads must be dry prior to and after the sealcoat is applied. Residents will be held financially responsible for repairs if their systems are left on.

 

  • MAIL DELIVERY – If the Post Office is not able to deliver mail for any reason, it will be held at the nearest post office until it is picked up by the resident. Please note that Mail will not be sent back to the sender and will resume once the project is complete.

 

After Work Begins:

 

  • Do not re-enter the closed section of the community until all barricades have been removed by a Black Diamond Paving representative.

 

  • Vehicle Access to your homes will not be possible while the work sections are closed. You will always be able to access your homes by foot during the project using the sidewalks.  (Inform landscapers, other vendors, friends, and family of road closures.)

 

  • Walking through wet seal coat will track wet seal over concrete or into homes and cannot be removed. Neither Black Diamond Paving, the Association, nor its Property Manager will not be liable for any personal property damage due to tracking of this material inside or outside of homes, nor the cleaning of vehicles due to dust from the road cleaning process.
  • Pay attention to all signs (no parking, construction traffic only, road closed, etc.), and do not drive in or out of work area while the project is underway as it is both dangerous and could cause damage to the sealcoat and your vehicle.

 

  • Sealcoat has the appearance of wet and dry – Walking through wet sealcoat will damage your shoes and damage the sealcoat finish.

 

  • Scuffing and tire marks will be visible for 6-8 weeks following the sealcoat project. This is completely normal, and these marks will not harm or compromise the quality of the sealcoat.  They will fade away over some time.

IMPORTANT: Residents WILL be charged for damage caused by driving ON, walking ON, oR IRRIGATING the newly sealed streets prior to barricades being removed BY A BLACK DIAMOND PAVING REPRESENTATIVE. Minimum cost to repair damaged sealcoat is $1,200.00

ALL UPDATES and information will be posted on: www.MyPavingProject.com Check this web site for information regarding delays or to reference this notice.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION:

Please contact Jeff Collins – Project Manager at (510) 304-7425

Project Manager

Stonebrae HOA (Village A) – Sealcoat Project

Project Title – Stonebrae HOA (Village A) – Sealcoat Project

 Live Current Status: Phase 1 and 2 have been completed and the roads have been re-opened for residents. Please note that scuffing marks will occur and is perfectly normal. These marks will fade away as the material goes through the natural curing cycle.

 Latest Update – No updates available at this time.

 Project Start Date: August 14th

Project Completion Date: The final phase of the project will be completed on Friday August 30th. Temporary “STOP” signs will be placed within the community until all markings have been re-painted.

 Expected Road Closure Hours: Each section will be closed from 7:30am until the following morning.

 Project Manager: Chris Soria

                            Cell Phone: 510-366-4204

                            E-Mail Address: csoria@blackdiamondpaving.com

BDP – Stonebrae HOA – Seal Notice – 8-19

Pacheco Villa – Concrete and Asphalt Project

PACHECO VILLAS – UPCOMING CONCRETE PROJECT

Visit www.MyPavingProject.com For all Project Details, Maps and Instructions

RED AREASNO PARKING from Monday, August 19th – 7:30 AM

until Friday, August 23rd 6:00pm

YELLOW AREA – Parking Allowed – No Driving In or Out

Note: Any vehicles left parked on the roadways or in parking areas that are to be closed, will be towed at owner’s expense.  Tow trucks will be on-site and will begin removing vehicles at 7:30am sharp – without any additional warning.

  • Mark your calendars and plan ahead.

 

  • Move your vehicles to a legal parking space outside of the community the night prior to work beginning.

 

  • Sections of the property will be closed to vehicle traffic while crew is working and while the barricades are up closing off the area.

 

RED AREA Closed to all parking and vehicle traffic.  Please see site map – A new concrete drainage gutter will be installed intersecting the parking areas of the top portions of Clay Court and slightly past Grass Court.

 

YELLOW AREA – The top portion of Grass Court will be open to parking but there will be no driving allowed on Grass Court. Cars may remain parked within assigned carport spaces if you do not plan to travel during the concrete project. (Please see map attached).

 

Concrete Project Details:

 

Monday August 19th at 7:30am – Ends Friday August 23 6:00pm – Total 5 days.

 

This work will affect parking in areas that will be pre-marked with on-site notices one week in advance. Tenants will not be allowed to park in these marked areas. Traffic on Clay Court will be able to drive around the work through most of the day, although there may be slight delays. There will be no driving allowed on Grass Court although cars may remain stationary within assigned carport spaces. Please see map attached

 

ALL RESIDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS THEIR HOMES BY FOOT DURING THE PROJECT – PLEASE ASK CREW FOR ASSISTANCE

  • The Contractor will not be able to tell you where you can park your car. Please seek parking in a legal parking space outside of the work areas inside or outside of the community.  It is the residents responsibility to read all posted signage and obey parking regulations.

 

  • Pardon Our Dust – This work will create some degree of dust and noise. Black Diamond Paving, The Association or its Manager will not be liable for any cleaning of personal property due to the nature of the work.  If you are concerned about your vehicles getting dirty, it is recommended that the resident move the vehicle out of the work area to a legal parking space inside or outside of the community.

 

  • Pay Attention and Read all No Parking Signs

 

  • Do not attempt to drive through closed work areas it is both dangerous and will damage the new work. Residents who disregard closed areas and cause damage to any part of the new work will be financially responsible for any required repairs.

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO REQUEST A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION:

Please contact Alex at (510) 789 – 3044 during normal business hours

 

Contact Alex for Questions 510 – 865-3044

 

Notice from Board of Directors to Owners:

Announcing Parking and Traffic Limitations

for Street Repair at Pacheco Villa

 

Dear Owner,

Pacheco Villa’s long-overdue street repair is about to begin. Please pass this information on to your tenants so that they can plan around the inconvenience. Street repair starts August 19th 2019 at 7:30AM and will continue intermittently until October 1st 2019. There will be a one-month gap in September with no road repair work scheduled. Please mark your calendars and plan ahead.

One week in advance, the paving contractor will post signs with specific instructions on where parking is not allowed. This is your notice that vehicles incorrectly parked in areas posted as prohibited, will be immediately towed. Also, if any tenant impedes or damages roadwork by ignoring posted instructions, the building owner will be charged the expense of the repair or the delay. The on-site signs will give a number to call in case of emergency.

It is absolutely necessary to notify your tenants as soon as possible, so they also can plan. Initially, in most cases, the inconvenience will be limited to moving cars to a less convenient parking spot or a five-minute idling in a car waiting for workers and equipment to move. However, the final one-day closure of streets will be a major inconvenience for all. The specific schedules is as follow:

Concrete Framing, Pouring & Curing:

Monday August 19th at 7:30am – Ends Friday August 23 6:00pm Total 5 days.

This work will affect parking in areas that will be pre-marked with on-site notices one week in advance. Tenants will not be allowed to park in these marked areas. Traffic on Clay Court will be able to drive around the work through most of the day, although there may be slight delays. There will be no driving allowed on Grass Court although cars may remain stationary within assigned carport spaces. Please see map attached.

 

Asphalt Paving Patchwork: PHASE II

Monday August 26 at 7:30am – Ends Tuesday August 27 6:00pm  Total 2 days.

A new set of signs will be posted on site showing the no parking area. Parking will be restricted in a large area in the center of the complex. Traffic on Clay Court will be able to drive around the work through most of the day, but restricted at times. Grass Court will be closed off to moving traffic.

 Sealcoating Entire Surface of Both Streets: PHASE III

Monday September 30  One Full Day 24-Hour Closure. Everyone needing to use their car during this day will need to park at the very bottom of the hill on the public streets outside of the complex, on lower Clay Court and Alameda del Prado. This will necessitate a walk uphill to apartments. More information on this day will be mailed to you later. Additional, website information posts will be at: https://www.blackdiamondpaving.com/project/pacheco-villa-concrete-and-asphalt-project/

On all these dates, some resident activities may be negatively affected. However, resident activity will be severely affected September 30th.  Please reschedule activities and make allowances for those that cannot be rescheduled. Here are some activities that will be affected:

  • Owner-directed construction work involving heavy trucks
  • Resident move-ins/ move-outs on the involved weekdays
  • Residents who left on vacation before warning signs are posted, who leave extra cars behind
  • Residents packing their cars with suitcases, etc.… for long vacations
  • Residents arriving home with a car full of Costco purchases or groceries
  • Transfer of residents in delicate health or wheel chair bound persons (Reasonable accommodations will be made by the Paving company for those of frail health.
  • Furniture deliveries, express package delivery, normal mail delivery and garbage pickup.

 

LUNDY PLAZA – SEALCOAT PROJECT

LUNDY PLAZA II

IMPORTANT ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION

YELLOW PHASE: Saturday August 3rd 

Parking Lot Section Closed at 7:30am & Opens 9:30am (Sun 8/4)

BLUE PHASE: Saturday August 10th 

Parking Lot Section Closed at 7:30am Opens 9:30am (Sun 8/11)

 

Read This Notice Completely: It explains how this project will impact you and help you PLAN AHEAD. No Parking and Road Closed signs with dates and times are posted as additional reminders. Vehicles violating signs and barricades on the date of the project WILL BE TOWED at the vehicle owner’s expense.

  • Black Diamond Paving will barricade the road at 6:30am and will begin cleaning the asphalt, applying the sealcoat in two coats on the dates mentioned above. The roads will be closed overnight to allow the material to dry.  Re-striping/painting is expected to occur that afternoon or first thing in the morning.

 

  • Re-locate your vehicle(s) from the property the night prior to the scheduled start time to a legal parking spot outside of the closed work area and pay attention to all signs within and outside of the community.

 

  • Sealcoat is similar to paint, it has a shiny appearance when wet and a matte appearance when dry. Once it is matte (late afternoon), it will be safe to walk on.  However do this at your own risk, use caution and watch for wet spots especially in shady areas.

 

  • Attempting to drive on the roads which have been barricaded, will be stopped and not allowed to proceed, if any damage to the road has occurred, it will be documented, and the resident will be responsible to pay for any repairs needed – No Exceptions

 

Before Work Begins:

 

  • Plan Ahead For Limited Access Suggestions: – Inform any customers, vendors, and deliveries that the roads are closed – Get kids out the door a bit earlier and expect delays.

 

  • The work sections specified on the map will be closed to all vehicle traffic once crews arrive – (Construction and Emergency vehicles only)

 

  • Any vehicles left parked in the closed parking areas on the morning of the project Will Be Towed at Owner’s Expense.

 

  • Please keep all doors and windows closed during this project as the work will generate dust during the cleaning process.

 

After Work Begins:

 

  • Do Not Re-Enter the closed section until all barricades have been removed by a trained Black Diamond Paving representative who understands when it is safe to open the roads to vehicle traffic.

 

  • The roadways shall re-open the following morning between the hours of 7:30am and 9:30am. In the rare event the material is not dry enough for cars to drive on, we will keep the roads closed and check the conditions in the late afternoon.  (this is all weather, and material dry time dependent) 

 

  • Please be careful – walking through the work area may cause you to track wet sealcoat over concrete, into your homes, and cannot be removed. Check your shoes and proceed with caution. Black Diamond Paving, The Association  or its Property Management company will not be liable for any personal property damage, dust on vehicles & homes due to the nature of the work, or tracking of materials inside or outside of homes.

 

  • If mail is not delivered when road work is in progress mail can be picked up at the post office that day. FEDEX & UPS deliveries may be delayed until the roads are re-opened. (Contact your postmaster to confirm)

 

  • Please Note: Owners may be charged for damage caused by driving or walking on the newly sealed streets prior to barricades being removed.

 

  • Scuffing of the new seal from vehicles (like “K”-turn areas) is normal and will occur for 6-8 weeks. Over time, these marks will mend and will hardly be noticed.

 

If you have questions or need to request a reasonable accommodation before or during the project please contact:

Alex Sarandinaki –Black Diamond Paving at 510 -789-3044

 

Or Visit:  www.MyPavingProject.com for project status updates and notifications.

MISSION GARDENS HOA – SEALCOAT PROJECT

MISSION GARDENS HOA

SEALCOATING PROJECT NOTICE

IMPORTANT ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION

BLUE PHASE: Thursday August 1st – Closed at 7:30am Opens 7:00am (Friday 8/2)

 YELLOW PHASE: Friday August 2nd – Closed at 7:30am Opens 7:00am (Sat 8/3)

 

Read This Notice Completely: It explains how this project will impact you and help you PLAN AHEAD. No Parking and Road Closed signs with dates and times are posted as additional reminders. Vehicles violating signs and barricades on the date of the project WILL BE TOWED at the vehicle owner’s expense.

 

  • Black Diamond Paving will barricade the road at 7:30am and will begin cleaning the roads then, applying the sealcoat within the community on the dates mentioned above. The roads will be closed overnight to allow the material to dry.  Re-striping/painting is expected to occur that afternoon or first thing in the morning.

 

  • Re-locate your vehicle(s) from the property the night prior to the scheduled start time to a legal parking spot outside of the closed work area and pay attention to all signs within and outside of the community.

 

  • Sealcoat is similar to paint, it has a shiny appearance when wet and a matte appearance when dry. Once it is matte (late afternoon), it will be safe to walk on.  However do this at your own risk, use caution and watch for wet spots especially in shady areas.

 

  • Residents attempting to drive on the roads which have been barricaded, will be stopped and not allowed to proceed, if any damage to the road has occurred, it will be documented, and the resident will be responsible to pay for any repairs needed – No Exceptions

 

Before Work Begins:

 

  • Plan Ahead For Limited Access Suggestions: Get groceries & medications – Inform any guests, vendors, and deliveries that the roads are closed – Get kids out the door a bit earlier and expect delays.

 

  • The community will be closed to all vehicle traffic once crews arrive – (Construction and Emergency vehicles only)

 

  • Any vehicles left parked on the roadways or in parking areas on the morning of the project Will Be Towed at Owner’s Expense.

 

  • Please keep all doors and windows closed during this project as the work will generate dust during the cleaning process. If you are concerned about your car getting dusty, please make sure to either relocate it or park it inside your closed garage. The HOA nor its contractors will be responsible for carwashes.

 

After Work Begins:

 

  • Do Not Re-Enter the closed section of the community until all barricades have been removed by a trained Black Diamond Paving representative who understands when it is safe to open the roads to vehicle traffic.

 

  • The roadways shall re-open the following morning between the hours of 7:30am and 9:30am. In the rare event the material is not dry enough for cars to drive on, we will keep the roads closed and check the conditions in the late afternoon.  (this is all weather, and material dry time dependent) 

 

  • Please be careful – walking through the work area may cause you to track wet sealcoat over concrete, into your homes, and cannot be removed. Check your shoes and proceed with caution. Black Diamond Paving, The Association  or its Property Management company will not be liable for any personal property damage, dust on vehicles & homes due to the nature of the work, or tracking of materials inside or outside of homes.

 

  • If mail is not delivered when road work is in progress mail can be picked up at the post office that day. FEDEX & UPS deliveries may be delayed until the roads are re-opened. (Contact your postmaster to confirm)

 

  • Please Note: Residents may be charged for damage caused by driving or walking on the newly sealed streets prior to barricades being removed.

 

  • Scuffing of the new seal from vehicles (like “K”-turn areas) is normal and will occur for 6-8 weeks. Over time, these marks will mend and will hardly be noticed.

If you have questions or need to request a reasonable accommodation before or during the project please contact:

Alex Sarandinaki –Black Diamond Paving at 510 -789-3044

Alex@blackdiamondpaving.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Or Visit:  www.MyPavingProject.com for project status updates and notifications.

VILLAGE IN THE PARK – SEALCOAT PROJECT

VILLAGE IN THE PARK – SEALCOAT PROJECT NOTICE

Project Starts the Week or September 16th – All Week (Weather Depending)

DAY 1 – RED AREA CLOSED MONDAY 9/16 at 7:30am – OPENS on Tuesday Morning 9/17 by 10:00am

DAY 2 – BLUE AREA – CLOSED Wednesday 9/18 – OPENS on Thursday Morning 9/19 by 10:00am

DAY 3 YELLOW AREA – CLOSED FRIDAY 9/20 – OPENS on Saturday Morning 9/11 by 10:00am

Sealcoat surface treatment of asphalt roadways and all asphalt parking spaces within the community will take place on the dates listed above. During these times, vehicles will not be allowed to enter or leave the closed section of the community. A Color map will be posted on www.MyPavingProject.com and will be posted on each mail Kiosk for reference.

What to Expect:

  • You will receive a project notice with detailed information on your garage door one week prior to the project.
  • Black Diamond Paving will place also No Parking and Road Closed Signs within the community and will clearly mark out the phase locations using white paint on the road.
  • Plan to move your vehicles to a legal parking space outside of the community and or work area the night prior to work beginning in your section of the property.
  • The management company or Black Diamond Paving will not be able to tell you where to park your cars on the nights where your section will be closed. Please seek street parking and pay attention to all laws and signs.
  • Note that road sections will be closed to vehicle traffic once work begins for a period of 24 hours.
  • Remember that any vehicles left parked on the roadways or in parking areas that are to be closed will be towed at owner’s expense.
  • If you plan to be on vacation during this time, please make sure that your vehicle is not parked in any visitor parking spot or road surface – Suggestion: leave your car keys with a neighbor.
  • If you do not plan to travel on the day of the project your cars may be left on your concrete driveway or garage until the roads are safe to drive on.
  • You will always be able to access your homes during the project by foot.
  • The cleaning process will create some degree of dust – it is advisable to keep your windows closed if you are sensitive to dust and noise.
  • You will not be able to re-enter the closed section of the community until all barricades have been removed by a Black Diamond Paving representative.
  • The roadways shall re-open the following morning, prior to closing the other half of the property.
  • Scuffing and tire marks will be visible for 6-8 weeks following the sealcoat project. This is completely normal and these marks will not harm or compromise the quality of the sealcoat.  They will mend away over some time.
  • Please be careful – walking through closed work areas may cause residents to track dirt or other construction related debris into homes. Black Diamond Paving, the owner or its manager will not be liable for any personal property damage due to tracking of material inside or outside of homes.  If you are sensitive to dust on your vehicles, place them into the garage or park them away from the community.  The community or contractor will not be responsible to wash vehicles due to dust from this project.

 

  • Scuffmarks in Sealcoat and light tracking – Is typical with new sealcoat. They will mend in over the course of 3-6 weeks while the material cures.  Cracks, surface imperfections, texture differences will be visible this is normal.  Sealcoat is a surface treatment only.

 

IMPORTANT: Residents WILL be charged for damage caused by driving ON, walking ON oR IRRIGATING the newly sealed streets prior to barricades being removed BY A BLACK DIAMOND PAVING REPRESENTATIVE.

 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the delay should help the streets to look and wear their best after this project.

 

If you have any questions, please contact our Project Manager

Alex Sarandinaki at (510) 789 – 3044

Alex@blackdiamondpaving.com

Park Almaden HOA – Post Project Details

SCUFFING IN NEW SEALCOAT – ITS NORMAL.

It may look scary and sometimes ugly.  Scuffing and light tracking is common in brand new asphalt and fresh sealcoat especially right after the project and on warmer days for the first year as the asphalt and surface treatments cure. Scuffing does not compromise the quality of the product or surface treatment and will mend away over time.

Why Does it happen?

The new sealcoat is a made of a rather stout asphalt emulsion which is designed to protect the surface of the asphalt for a period of 4-6 years.

Scuff marks are caused by power steering  “3-point turns” and typically seen near driveways, in cul-de-sacs and turn areas and stopping points from trash and delivery trucks.  Scuffing will tend to slow down 6-8 weeks after the sealcoat project is performed as the material takes some time to fully cure.  These marks are superficial in nature and mend away from normal use taking on a much smoother and uniform appearance.

Below is an example of a freshly sealed road.  The scuff marks are clearly visible and after a few weeks these marks faded away and the roads looked great!

This is the same area two weeks later after a new striping layout was introduced.

(Project: Moncado Springs HOA – Vista California 2017)

 

 

 

City Homes East Sealcoat Project