Working Toward Completing Phase Milestones

The Levee Improvements Project contractor has achieved Phase 1 and Phase 2 Milestones, as noted below. The contractor is currently working toward the following tentative target for the Phase 3 Milestone:

  • Phase 1 Milestone (Port Royal Avenue to Shorebird Park): Access Restored Late March 2023
  • Phase 2 Milestone (Shorebird Park to San Mateo Bridge): Access Restored Mid-July 2023
  • Phase 3 Milestone (North of San Mateo Bridge): Tentative Target Date Mid-October 2023

The contractor is required to open the whole trail for public use in October 2023, with minor correctional items of work to be completed within the phases. January 2024 is the final Project completion date and all activities will be completed by then.

The Anticipated Project Construction Schedule is intended to keep the Foster City community as up-to-date as possible. It is subject to change from week to week as project construction activities progress. Please continue to visit this website for timeline information as additional details become available.

Anticipated Project Construction Schedule from October 2020 to January 2024. Schedules are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances, weather, or other factors.
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Public Access Map - Restored Access to Phase 2 from Port Royal Avenue to San Mateo Bridge
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Public Access Map - Restored Access to Phase 2
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Once the project is completed, Foster City’s improved levee will protect homes, schools, businesses, and essential City services and infrastructure, for years to come. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as the work is completed!

Safety Tips

  • With ongoing construction, and an uptick in traffic, safety along Beach Park Boulevard is a top priority. This video is a reminder for drivers, bikers, and pedestrians to follow traffic laws and safety protocols in the area. Watch the Beach Park Boulevard Safety video now.
  • Do not jog or walk in the bike lane or the road. Please use the sidewalk provided.
  • Please do not remove the k-rail reflectors. Doing so creates unsafe conditions for the community.
  • Even when work is not underway in a specific location, it is not safe for the public to be anywhere inside the work zone, and work can move quickly to different areas within the closed portion of the levee and staging areas. DO NOT ENTER any fenced or barricaded areas.
  • Motorists are urged to exercise additional caution when driving along Beach Park Boulevard. Enforceable 25 MPH speed-limit signs are up on Beach Park Boulevard.
  • Foster City Police have increased patrolling the area to help keep the construction sites secure.

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