Wall Street Neighborhood Project

The Wall Street Neighborhood Project is primarily a project to increase drainage in the neighborhood. The Project is being funded by FEMA, CDBG-DR, and the City. 

Wall Street will be entirely repaved, while the other streets will be partially repaved. You can see a map of exactly where the construction will take place by clicking here. All storm sewer lines will be replaced. Water and sewer lines are not under the streets and are not a part of this project. They will be completed at a later date. 

General Construction Schedule

This is the time line for likely construction, but it is subject to change:

  • Wall Street 4/21/21 – 9/3/21
  • Crawford St 7/29/21 – 9/30/21
  • Carlsbad St 5/13/21 – 12/21/21
  • Tahoe St 9/14/21 – 1/31/22
  • Capri St 7/12/21 – 11/13/21
  • Pump Station 7/1/21 – 10/5/21
  • Cleanup February 2022

This schedule was last updated July 15, 2021. 

Construction Updates

Construction updates will be posted no earlier than Thursday afternoons.  Please scroll down for earlier project updates. 

Traffic Control Plan

July Schedule

Week of July 19 Contractor is scheduled, weather permitting, to remove paving on the north side of Wall Street, install the storm sewer line and inlets. Concrete pavement is scheduled to begin toward the end of the week. Work on the south side of Wall Street will finish before work on the north side begins. Contractor will continue to work on Capri Drive installing the new 30" HDPE pipe and manholes.

Week of July 12 The contractor started work on Capri this week. They are working on the 30" HDPE pipe and the manholes along Capri Drive. Weather permitting contractor will continue laying cement on the south side of Wall Street. 

Week of July 5 The Contractor is planning to work on Saturday, July 10. They will be doing the forming of pavement and driveways on Wall Street. They will have extra flagmen out for better traffic control. 

Starting June 30 the closing of traffic going west to east on Wall Street from Rio Grande will begin. Wall Street will be open both east and west from Carlsbad to Senate.

Flaggers are currently working at the intersection of Wall Street and Carlsbad, but are moving around Wall Street and Carlsbad in the work zone marked in red on the Traffic Control Plan. Arrows on the plan show the permitted direction of traffic that will be able to get access to the neighborhood. Wall Street will be restricted to flow from east to west from Carlsbad to Rio Grande as construction continues west. 

Starting June 16 through June 25 the Contractor will be doing storm sewer work on Wall Street, paving on Wall Street and Carlsbad. They will be doing the excavation and forming of the pump station along with electrical duct bank work for the pump station during this time frame as well. 

On May 27 the Contractor sent an updated schedule for the project. The week of May 31 they plan to finish the work on Carlsbad with the the junction boxes and manholes. This work on Carlsbad should wrap up by June 5. Work continues on Wall Street placing new storm sewer pipe and man holes. Work on Tahoe is scheduled to start on June 3. Work on the pump station is scheduled to begin June 1. The schedule overall has been updated, please see above. 

The week of May 10 the contractor is scheduled install more RCB's along wall street and a 30" storm water pipe along Wall Street.

The week of May 3 the contractor continues to install Reinforced Concrete Boxes (RCB) along Wall Street. The city received a traffic control plan, and has reviewed that. This should help improve some of the traffic flow issues. Uniform curb drains will be installed as part of the project. 

The week of April 26 they will continue construction of junction boxes. Please use caution when driving on Wall Street. 

The week of April 18 they began construction on the junction boxes in preparation of connecting into the existing storm sewer. 

The week of April 12 the contractor will mobilize to the site, start traffic control, tree protection, and SWPPP. They are scheduled to begin digging and construction during on April 21, 2021.