Construction for this year's Annual Pavement Preservation Project started in September. The APPP keeps streets in good condition, provides residents with better driving conditions, extends the lives of streets, and protects the public's infrastructure investment. This year’s project covers the areas east of Village Center, south of Yorba Linda Boulevard, and north of Esperanza Road. The work consists of curb ramp upgrades, repairs to designated areas of asphalt concrete, asphalt overlays, and crack sealing followed by a slurry seal treatment of roadway areas. Initial preparation including the construction of concrete curb ramps is currently underway, with the pavement repairs anticipated to begin in November and slurry seals in January. The overall project is anticipated to be completed by February. No-parking signs and door hangers with additional information will be distributed to help minimize construction impacts to the public. During construction, drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians are advised to be prepared for delays or take alternate routes, watch for traffic or lane changes, proceed slowly, and to be alert to workers and equipment in the roadway.