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2019 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

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Sweetzer and Willoughby

 As a part of the City of West Hollywood's efforts to consistently improve its roadways, the City recently completed a capital improvement project to resurface numerous street with brand new asphalt. These roadways were in need of repair to keep the pavement in good condition. The following streets were repaved:

  • La Cienega Blvd., from Sunset Blvd. to Holloway Dr.
  • Sweetzer Ave., from Santa Monica Blvd. to Willoughby Ave.
  • Genesee Ave., from Fountain Ave. to Willoughby Ave.
  • Spaulding Ave., from Fountain Ave. to Willoughby Ave.  
  • Stanley Ave., from Santa Monica Blvd. to Willoughby Ave. 
  • Sierra Bonita Ave., from Santa Monica Blvd. to Willoughby Ave. 
  • Gardner St., from Santa Monica Blvd. to Willoughby Ave.
  • Vista St., from Fountain Ave. to Santa Monica Blvd.
  • Greenacre Ave., from its northern end to Santa Monica Blvd.   
  • Formosa Ave., from Lexington Ave. to Santa Monica Blvd.

This project received funding from CalRecycle as part of its Rubberized Pavement Grant Program.

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A total of 13,058 California generated waste tires were diverted from the waste stream as a result of the project's completion. These tires would have ended up in a landfill, but instead, were recycled and ground into the asphalt to improve the roadway performance.