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Annual Overlay & Slurry Seal Project



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.


1. Read the Road Rehab FAQs

2. Call the Project Hotline at (661) 290-2291
Project Manager: Frank Lujan


Slurry Seal Contractor: Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. Project Manager Daniel Cruz | (916) 387-9619

Overlay Contractor: Toro Enterprise Inc. Project Engineer Dylan Gutierrez| (805) 483-4515


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What is
Slurry Seal?

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

Slurry Seal Process:

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What is Overlay?

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

Overlay Process:

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Helpful Tips:

  • 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.
  • Due to production rate and material availability, each street shall only be posted for "No Parking" for two days per phase (Grinding and Paving). Work may NOT necessarily start on the first day of the parking restriction, as posted on the temporary "No Parking" signs. If work phase is completed on first day, signs will be pulled down by contractor and on-streets parking will resume as usual.





Please use this map to see which streets will be receiving resurfacing and for information on the tentative construction start dates. PLEASE NOTE: The construction dates are subject to change. Please pay close attention to hand-delivered notices and road work signs.

How to Use this Map:

  • To search for your street, you must first click on the expand icon on the upper right corner. Once the map opens in a new window, you can click on search (magnifying glass icon) to search for your street.
  • Or, click on the color coded streets for roads chosen for slurry seal and overlay and tentative dates.


BLUE indicates Overlay.  RED indicates Slurry Seal



Additional Resources:

Understanding the Treatment Types: