MURRIETA – Murrieta is kicking off two major road improvements in October, the rehabilitation of California Oaks Road and a citywide slurry-seal project that will resurface half of all residential streets. Together these efforts represent a $5 million investment in infrastructure that will contribute to the longevity, safety and aesthetics of these roads--and the overall quality of the community.
“Streets and roads represent some of the biggest infrastructure investments a city can make,” city manager Kim Summers said. “It’s a priority for residents, businesses and the city to care for this investment, and I am thrilled we are going to make that happen.”
Summers said that over the past decade, some street maintenance had been deferred due to funding challenges. The passag