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The City spends approximately $13 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.

What are the differences?

Slurry Seal

Slurry Seal Infographic

Slurry seal is a maintenance treatment.

Construction may take place in multiple phases, extending work on your street across several days.

It’s a coating of finely crushed aggregate, asphalt and water applied to roadways to extend their life.


Overlay Infographic

Overlay is a rehabilitation treatment.

Overlay treatment on a street may be stretched across a few weeks and requires multiple phases.

It’s a coating of finely crushed aggregate, asphalt and water applied to roadways after grinding up the old asphalt.

Is my street part of this project?


Use our interactive map or our street listings to find out if your street will be serviced as part of this year’s program. The interactive map provides information on tentative construction start dates. 

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What should I know?

Slurry Seal

  • There will be no driving or parking permitted on the posted work days.
  • Once street is resurfaced, it will be closed until the end of the work day.
  • Avoid producing water runoff into the streets the day before or after construction, because this may delay work. Also, keep children and pets away from construction areas AT ALL TIMES

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  • On-street parking will be available within 1,000 feet of construction. Pay close attention to parking notices, and park accordingly.
  • Construction will not occur during the weekends or holidays.
  • Once street is paved, it will be closed for approximately 2 to 4 hours. The street should be reopened by the end of the working day.

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