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9/11/2015 - 2015 Mill and Inlay Road Work Update

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

2015 Mill and Inlay Road Work Update

The City’s annual Mill and Inlay work will continue on Monday September 14, 2015.

The schedule for September 14 – September 18, weather permitting, is as follows:

 

September 14              Oak Circle – Beach St to Cloud Circle

                                    Acorn Circle – Cloud Circle to Dover Circle

                                    Dover Circle – Cloud St to Osage Dr

                                    Roberts Avenue – Talley Dr to Cloud St

 

September 15              Acorn Circle – Cloud Circle to Dover Circle

                                    Osage Avenue – Cloud Circle to Pawnee Ave

                                    Roberts Avenue – Talley Dr to Cloud St

                                    Carlton Place – Roberts Ave to Page Ave

 

September 16              Cloud Circle – Cloud St to Dover Circle

                                    Carlton Place – Roberts Ave to Page Ave

 

September 17              Dover Circle – Cloud St to Osage Dr

                                    Roberts Avenue – Talley Dr to Cloud St

                                    Ingman Road – Talley Dr to Page Ave

                                    Page Avenue – Talley Dr to Roberts Ave

 

September 18              Roberts Avenue – Talley Dr to Cloud St

                                    Ingman Road – Talley Dr to Page Ave

                                    Page Avenue – Talley Dr to Roberts Ave

                                    Willis Avenue – Page Ave to Haskett Ave

While the work is in progress, individual roads will be closed to through traffic. The contractor will begin setting traffic control at 7 am. Residences and businesses will be notified prior to changes in access to properties. On-street parking in work zones will be prohibited. Any vehicles, or equipment, left on the street on the day paving is scheduled may be towed at the owners’ expense.

 

This project is a major component of the 2015 Street Maintenance Program. The project consists of milling the existing asphalt street surface 1.5” deep and then resurfacing it with new asphalt to rehabilitate and preserve the pavement section. Permanent pavement markings will be placed shortly after resurfacing is complete.

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