What if my irrigation or landscaping is damaged during construction?

In an effort to minimize damages, property owners are encouraged - prior to the start of construction, to transplant/salvage any flowers or plants they wish to save for re-installation following construction, and to mark any of the following buried items with flags, stakes, or other markers:

  • Electrical wires
  • Invisible fencing
  • Irrigation system heads (those next to the curb should be salvaged and you may also choose to expose the irrigation components as well as place them a minimum of five feet from the back of the curb)

For additional information and for questions about specific items, please see the Street Improvement Overview Brochure.

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1. What is the difference between reconstruction, reclamation and rehabilitation?
2. How are streets selected for reconstruction, reclamation and rehabilitation?
3. How will the City communicate project progress and updates with residents and business owners?
4. Will I lose trees in my yard?
5. Will my mail service or garbage service be interrupted?
6. What if my irrigation or landscaping is damaged during construction?
7. Where does the funding come from for street improvement projects?
8. What is a typical project timeline?
9. Can my entire driveway be replaced as part of the street project?
10. How do I find information about easements?
11. How do I find information about assessments?