Current Town Projects

Below is a list of current Town construction projects in Hillsborough:

View public bids and requests for proposals.

2021 Street Resurfacing Project:

The Town of Hillsborough conducts Street Resurfacing Projects biennially to rehabilitate damaged pavement sections and to provide preventative maintenance. This year's roadway project consists of street resurfacing and rehabilitation work for over 27 miles of the Town's roadways including hot mix asphalt (HMA) mill and fill, HMA overlay, microsurfacing and crack sealing. 

Please feel free to contact the Public Works Department at 650-375-7444 if you have any questions or comments. The current schedule as of 7-15-2021 can be found here.

Hillsborough Street Resurfacing Project, Federal-Aid Project No. STPL-5191(006):

This project consists of street resurfacing and rehabilitation work for 2.43 miles of the Town’s roadways, utilizing rubberized hot mix asphalt, conventional asphalt, micro-surfacing, and crack seal preventative maintenance. The Town has identified a selection of roadways that meet the requirements eligible for One Bay Area Grant (OBAG 2) program funding, and have incorporated the resurfacing of these roadways into the project.

Please feel free to contact the Public Works Department at 650-375-7444 if you have any questions or comments. The current schedule as of 6-21-2021 can be found here.

Proposed Eucalyptus Avenue Pathway and Tree Renewal Project:

The Town of Hillsborough is proposing to initiate a tree vegetation renewal program on Eucalyptus Avenue, between the 500 and 700 blocks of Eucalyptus Avenue. The proposed plan includes removing up to 15 aged, non-native Eucalyptus trees; installation of 50 plus local, native trees; landscaped, vegetated shoulders; the addition of approximately 1,400 feet of pedestrian pathways; and curb and gutter installation for improved storm water conveyance.

Please feel free to review the conceptual plan (PDF) and provide any comments or concerns to John Iaquinto, the Town's project manager, can be reached at 650-375-7444 or by email.

Water Main Replacement Program: 

These are annual projects to repair/reconstruct portions of the distribution system to address known hydraulic and water quality deficiencies.