Drainage Improvements

NEW DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS IN SAN PEDRO TO INCREASE DRIVER SAFETY

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Construction began Nov. 1, 2016, on a project to improve the street drainage system at 25th Street and San Ramon Canyon (near the Rancho Palos Verdes (RPV) and City's border) in Council District 15. The scope of work includes the reconstruction of the drainage system that would mitigate local flooding problems, improve the driving safety during a rain storm, and thereby benefiting both RPV and City's residents. The street structure at this project location is being damaged by the flooding from San Ramon Canyon. This street is the main East-West access route for the southern portion of the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

Courtesy, Joe Buscaino Weekly Newsletter

Upper South Shores Palm Fronds Trimmed

Tree trimming has advanced to Upper South Shores, greatly reducing the threat of falling palm fronds like the one below on Mantis Ave.


Mantis now looks much different:

We remember late SSHOA Vice President Julian Jimenez's efforts in monitoring the city's tree trimming project.

Tree Trimming Kudos



Kudos to Street Services!

If you've been wondering what's behind all the tree trimming in South Shores, San Pedro is one of five communities in District 15 that rotate tree trimming each year.  The trimming in San Pedro is done in the South Shores and Palisades areas.  A total of 1200 trees are being trimmed.  Thank Councilman Joe Buscaino and his staff for this much-needed service. 

Click here to register your thanks. 



Clean San Pedro to the Rescue

Thanks to Clean San Pedro for removing eyesore litter from 25th near Anchovy.

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(Pictures courtesy of Casey J. Warren, Lead Supervisor @ Clean San Pedro Inc.)