The City and Borough of Juneau Public Works Streets & Fleet Maintenance Division has scheduled cleanup operations to remove debris from the Gold Creek settling basin in Cope Park.
Operations are scheduled to start Monday, September 30, 2019 and will continue throughout the week until completion. Heavy rains can prevent this work from being performed, so all operations are weather permitting. Visitors to Cope Park during this operation are advised to use caution when coming and going, as heavy equipment will be moving in and out constantly during this work. Also please keep children clear of operations and pets on a leash.
For questions please contact Streets & Fleet Maintenance at 586-5256.
Recently Completed CIP Projects
This project will install a security fence with gate at the CPWF at 7 mile to prevent unauthorized vehicles from entering the facility after hours. There is approximately $38,000 worth of fuel, $31,500 worth of culvert, $6,800 worth of basins and grates and millions of dollars worth of equipment at any given time stored in this yard. The location is very isolated and poorly lit, making it very attractive for someone looking to achieve thieve something. It also includes an electric remote power gate, as several CBJ vehicles are entering this lot after hours to refuel, mainly police and ambulances.
This street has a very poor base under it. It continues to heave and create pot holes. This project will excavate out the base material and be replaced with shot rock, capped with a D1 sub-base and asphalted. No utility work will be required as utilities are good under this street.