Haight Street and Hayes Street
- Crews are scheduled to repave the Haight & Scott intersection on Wednesday November 22, 2017. -- Please note, once the paving work is complete on a block, crews may return a few days later to adjust any sewer and water castings flush with the road. This phase of work may require the contractor jack-hammer, adjust, and pave around the newly adjusted castings. This phase of work is typical during paving operations. --
- Crews will tidy up the area in advance of the Holiday Weekend.
- Crews will begin bus pad work at the Hayes/Steiner, Hayes/Fillmore, and Hayes/Webster intersections, During bus pad installation, crews will remove the pavement and street base at the bus stop, install rebar inside the pit, and back-fill with fresh concrete. Once the concrete has been poured, the area will need to remain off-limits to vehicle traffic for 10 days to ensure the concrete reaches the necessary strength.
Week of December 4, 2017
- The contractor is scheduled to start concrete street base replacement work along Hayes Street between Divisadero and Baker streets.
For information on the upcoming Upper Haight Transit Improvement and Pedestrian Realm Project, please visit www.sfpublicworks.org/upper-haight.
The project limits are Haight Street from Ashbury Street to Laguna Street and Hayes Street from Clayton Street to Market Street. There are several blocks included in this project. It may be weeks or months before we reach your block.
The scope of work will include sewer main and water main replacement work, traffic and pedestrian signal work, curb ramp and bulb-out work, bus pad and bus bulb work, concrete street base repairs and repaving along Haight and Hayes streets. Not all blocks listed will include sewer main and/or water main replacement work.
During sewer main replacement, sewer service will not be interrupted. Please continue to use your household plumbing as usual. However, when the San Francisco Water Department (SFWD) makes final water service connections there may be a temporary interruption to water service. Final tie-in work is traditionally done overnight to minimize disruptions to water service. Typically, there's less demand for water service overnight. SFWD will notify you in advance of any overnight tie-in work or interruptions to water service.
Streets & Streetscapes
STATUS In Progress
Haight Street from Ashbury Street to Laguna Street and Hayes Street from Clayton Street to Market Street.
Start Date April 2015
Thursday, February 18, 2016