City of Bedford HOA News
I’m sending this notice a day early because I wanted to ensure everyone got as much of a heads-up as possible about some important road construction the City will be doing in some neighborhoods over the next 2-3 weeks. This will specifically affect the following neighborhoods:
- Quail Crest Estates
- Rustic Woods
- Point Loma Woods
- Woodvale Drive (in northwest Bedford)
- Carolyn Drive (south of Quail Crest Estates)
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Significant Street Construction Scheduled for Several Bedford Neighborhoods
Attention Bedford residents! The City of Bedford has partnered with Andale Construction to perform street maintenance that will take significant cooperation from residents on the following streets in the coming weeks:
- Blue Quail Lane and Blue Quail Court
- Bobwhite Drive
- Carolyn Drive
- Eagle Court and Eagle Drive
- Golden Rod Court
- Hawk Lane
- Loma Alta Drive
- Loma Verde Drive
- OIeander Court
- Pheasant Court
- Redondo Road
- Rosemary Court
- Rustic Woods Drive and Rustic Woods Court
- San Fernando Street
- Serrano Street
- Shady Lane
- Tranquilla Terrace
- Warbler Court and Warbler Drive
- Woodvale Drive
- Wren Court
On the designated day, Andale Construction crews will be putting down a high-density mineral bond product called HA5 (more info: www.preserveasphalt.com). This new surface will significantly extend the life of these asphalt streets and provide smoother roads.
Each street, and even portions of streets, will be under construction on different dates to minimize impact to residents. The first day of construction will be Thursday, June 2. All maps, dates, and details are posted at www.ha5info.com/bedford, which will be updated daily with any changes. Citizens are HIGHLY encouraged to sign up for project text notifications from Andale by texting ASPHALT to 77222. Those that sign-up for notifications will receive text notifications of any date changes or project delays due to weather conditions.
There are two important things for residents on these streets to know. The first is that residents who will need access to their vehicle during the 24-hour construction period will need to relocate their vehicles to an area outside the work zone (at least 50-feet away from the work zone) but within walking distance. No vehicle will be allowed on the newly treated road surface until the road is reopened.
The second thing residents need to do is to turn off sprinklers on the day of road construction where your home is located.
Here are some additional frequently asked Q and A’s:
How do I know when my road will be closed?
Andale Construction will notify you 72 hours in advance and if you choose to opt into their text messaging service, they can give you early notifications. Message boards will be going up today and the homes along the streets that will undergo construction on Thursday, June 2 will receive flyers on their door starting Sunday.
What if my car is parked on a road that is closed?
Andale will begin work at 7 a.m. and vehicles will be allowed to exit the area until 7:30 a.m. The streets being treated will be closed for 24 hours so if your vehicle is on a street that will be blocked by adjacent surfacing work, it will have to remain there until the work is complete. If your vehicle is on the street when work begins, it will have to be towed to the end of the area. Towing vehicles out of the construction area is allowed per City Ordinance Sec. 114-155.
What if I need assistance traveling between my home and vehicle while it’s parked away from my home?
Please park your car within walking distance of your home. If assistance is needed with transport between your home and vehicle, please call HA5 Foreman Anthony Capul at 316-833-2991 to arrange assistance.
How will I get our mail, FEDEX, and UPS packages?
Andale has talked with the postal service and you will receive your mail and packages as normal.
What do we do on trash day?
Republic Services has been notified and your trash will be picked up as scheduled.
How will this affect emergency vehicles?
Emergency vehicles will be able to access any home in the neighborhood 24-hours a day.
How will this affect any landscaping work?
Please don’t do any landscape work while road work is being performed and turn off sprinkler systems for 48 hours, the day of the construction work and a full day after the road is treated.
For more information, please visit http://www.ha5info.com/bedford.