Recording Available for Feb 12 at 5:30 PM UCCA Agenda – Pure Water Construction Update with Plan for ADA Ramps, Crosswalk Markings & Bike Lanes


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We have so many questions! What’s going on with Pure Water construction? When will Genesee be complete? Are the trees safe? What’s the striping plan for life after Pure Water construction? What ADA ramp upgrades are planned? How will the crosswalk markings help pedestrian safety? What’s the bike lane striping plan? What are the work hours … and why do they sometimes work at night?

On Monday, February 12, 5:30 PM, UCCA will host the Pure Water construction team and the Transportation Department at an in-person / live meeting at Nobel Recreation Center, 8810 Judicial Drive, San Diego, CA 92122.

On the Agenda: Hear about the latest Pure Water construction updates in the University City area as well as plans for ADA ramp upgrades, crosswalk markings, and bike lane striping. Speakers are from the City of San Diego construction management team and the Transportation Department.

  • Questions? If you have a question for either the Pure Water or Transportation department, please email UCCA at:
  • Recording? UCCA is not planning a livestream broadcast. However, this meeting will be videorecorded by local videographer Pablo Lanatta and will be available for viewing the next day on YouTube.

For more information about Pure Water, visit:

What else is going on this month? Take a look at UCCA’s Save the Date for February 2024 at:


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