The City spends approximately $9.5 million a year on its annual slurry seal & overlay road preservation project to improve City roadways and extend their life. Please use this page as a resource for up-to-date info on projects and construction schedules. We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
- Road Rehab Project FAQs
- What is Slurry Seal?
- What is Overlay?
- Tips for Residents Receiving Resurfacing
- Interactive Map & Construction Dates
- Project Contacts
HAVE QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?
Call the Project Hotline at (661) 290-2291
It’s a coating of finely crushed aggregate, asphalt and water applied to roadways to extend their life.
Slurry Seal Process:
It’s a coating of finely crushed aggregate, asphalt and water applied to roadways after grinding up the old asphalt.
Understanding the Treatment Types:
- During construction, please park off-street and pay close attention to parking notices. There will be detailed notices explaining when the streets will be closed and re-opened throughout the resurfacing process. All cars in the “No Parking” zone during construction time will be towed.
- Make a plan for when you will need your car during construction. Driving through the newly resurfaced street will ruin your car, driveways and the project, forcing contractors to begin again.
- Drive slowly through the construction zone during the times cars are allowed on the street. This will prevent rock-fragments from damaging windshields.
- Don’t run water onto the street the night before or after construction. Run-off will delay work and damage the new surfacing.
- Keep children and pets away from the street during resurfacing. At times the pavement will be extremely hot and dangerous.
- The City and project contractor will coordinate with trash companies, the post office and other agencies to minimize any disruption of services.
- Slurry Seal streets will require post-treatment street sweeping. The street sweeping occurs on the 3rd, 7th and 14th day after slurry seal is applied.
- Construction may occur anytime between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Overlay construction on Valencia Boulevard and Plum Canyon Road will occur in the evening between the hours of 8:30 p.m. and 4:30 a.m.
- If you received a handbill or door hanger, but your street is not listed in the map, you may still be affected by construction on adjacent streets.
Project Hotline: (661) 290-2291
Project Manager: Frank Lujan
Slurry Seal Contractor: Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. | (916) 387-9619
Overlay Contractor: Toro Enterprise Inc. | (805) 483-4515
Please use this map to see which streets will be receiving resurfacing and for information on the tentative construction start dates.
How to Use this Map:
- Click on the color coded streets for roads chosen for slurry seal and overlay and tentative dates.
- PLEASE NOTE: The construction dates are subject to change. Please pay close attention to hand-delivered notices and road work signs.