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Weather Pushes Street Resurfacing Plans to Spring

December 17, 2019 at 12:55 pm

Residential street resurfacing work to resume in spring

Due to weather conditions, placing the final layer of asphalt on several residential streets will be pushed to spring of 2020.

In order to achieve quality results, the top layer of asphalt must be placed when the ambient and ground temperatures rise above 50 degrees for most of the day. We will continue to monitor weather conditions throughout the winter for an opportunity to complete the work during temperatures that meet industry standards for placement of the top lift of asphalt.

Briar Dale Drive, Briar Haven Court, Briar Dale Drive and portions of Crossing Circle received the first layer of asphalt this fall. This first asphalt lift provides a solid plowable driving surface until the final lift can be placed this spring. Before final paving begins, residents living in the areas can expect to see a notification on their door with schedule and parking restrictions information.

This season, nine of the thirteen planned residential streets scheduled for repair were completed. All streets included in the 2019 resurfacing program are listed here. In addition to completing asphalt repairs and replacements, 1,900 lineal feet of concrete curb, gutter, sidewalk, and the installation of 117 concrete curb ramps were upgraded to conform to the current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.

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