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8/3/2015 - 2015 Chip Seal Road Work to Begin

Kent Johnson
Civil Engineer
785-309-5725
Kent.johnson@salina.org

 

2015 Chip Seal Road Work to Begin

Beginning on Wednesday, August 5th, City contractors will begin chip sealing on various streets within the city limits. The schedule for August 5 – August 7 is as follows:

Wednesday
August 5    Lakewood Park roads – test sections
Eastborough Road – Country Club Road to 2132’ north of Country Club Road
Hixson Drive – West end to 307’ east of west end
Grand Avenue – Dry Creek Bridge to 345’ east of Dry Creek Bridge
State Street – west City Limit to Cherry Street
Armory Road – south end to South Street
Markley Road – Magnolia Road to 2665’ north of Magnolia Road
Thursday
August 6    Magnolia Road – 565’ west of Smoky Hill River to east City Limit
Scanlan Avenue – Waterwell Road to 770’ north of Bailey Road
Scanlan Avenue – Schilling Road to General Jim Road
General Jim Road – Berschel Avenue to Scanlan Avenue
Sutherland Road – Arnold Avenue to Berschel Avenue
Friday
August 7    Summers Road – Arnold Avenue to Centennial Road
South Street – west end to Broadway Boulevard
Woodland Avenue – 12th Street to 242’ east of 12th Street
Lakewood Park roads

The work will include applying the asphalt surface treatment and placing temporary pavement markings.

The contractor will begin setting traffic control at 7 am. Temporary traffic control and flaggers will be present to direct vehicles through the work zones and maintain traffic flow; traffic will be reduced to single lanes in both directions during paving. Residences and businesses will be notified if access to driveways will be restricted while work is performed. On-street parking in work zones will be prohibited. Any vehicles or equipment left on the street the day work is scheduled may be towed at the owners expense.

Chip Sealing is a method of pavement surface treatment which prolongs the serviceability of streets by sealing the surface. Combined with joint and crack sealing, this surface treatment program extends the service life of pavement.

For additional questions, contact the Department of Public Works at 785-309-5725.