Current Town Projects
Below is a list of current Town construction projects in Hillsborough:
A2 Priority Projects – Phase 2 Drainage Improvements Project:
ATTENTION: ROBIN ROAD CLOSED – CLOSURE DATES TO BE DETERMINED
The project will improve the capacity and structural deficiencies of the storm drain system that flows under Robin Road between the properties of 100 and 101 Robin Road. The improvements will minimize the risk of flooding downstream properties as well as increase the capacity of our existing infrastructure. The improvements include rehabilitating an existing culvert that runs under Robin Road between the properties mentioned above. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as the Town works to complete the project and improve the reliability of the storm drain system in this area of Town.
To accommodate a deep vault installation in the roadway, ROBIN ROAD will be continuously closed between 100 and 101 Robin Road for approximately 2 weeks (DATES TBD). During this period, no vehicles, bicyclists, or pedestrians will have access through the closure. Construction working hours will remain between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday, unless otherwise approved by the Town. However, for the public’s safety, this section of Robin Road will remain closed continuously and overnight during this period. All residents along Robin Road will still have access to their properties via either Ralston Ave or San Raymundo Road per the approved access plan on the back of this sheet. Please see detour map below.
Where is the full road closure?
- Robin Road, between 100 and 101 Robin Road.
When is the full road closure?
- Dates TBD
Will through traffic be permitted at all during the closure?
- For the safety of the public, no vehicles, bicyclists, pedestrians, or any other mode of transportation will have access through the closure. Emergency services have been notified and will accommodate.
- The road will remain closed in the evenings and on weekends.
Will I have access to my home during the closure?
- Yes, please access your properties from either San Raymundo Road or Ralston Avenue accordingly.
How will I know where to go?
- Approved detour routes are shown in yellow below. Signage and traffic control measures will be placed to direct local traffic. (Arrows are schematic only)
What are the detour routes?
- Pinehill Road should be used for all through traffic while Robin Road is closed for construction.
The Town of Hillsborough appreciates your patience and cooperation as we work to complete this project and improve the reliability of storm drain system in this area of Town. If you have any questions or concerns about the project, please contact the Town’s Public Works Department at (650) 375-7444 if you have any questions or comments.
Sandra Hayne Storm Drain Replacement Project:
The project will improve the capacity and structural deficiencies of the storm drain system at the intersection of Hayne Road and Sandra Road. The improvements will minimize the risk of flooding, roadway failure, damage to public and private structures, hillside erosion, and traffic disruption. The improvements include a new headwall, storm drain pipes, a rip rap energy dissipator, junction structures, and creek restoration improvements. Construction started in June 2022 and expected to continue through the end of the year. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as the Town works to complete the project and improve the reliability of the storm drain system in this area of Town.
What are the detour routes?
- From Hwy 280 / Upper Hayne Rd: Left on Sandra Rd, Continue on San Raymundo Rd, Right on Hillsborough Blvd, Right on W. Santa Inez Ave, Right on Black Mountain Road
- From Black Mountain Rd: Left on W. Santa Inez Ave, Left on Hillsborough Blvd, Left on San Raymundo Rd, Continue on Sandra Rd
Please feel free to contact the Public Works Department at 650-375-7444 if you have any questions or comments.
Water Main Replacement Program:
These are annual projects to repair/reconstruct portions of the distribution system to address known hydraulic and water quality deficiencies.