Street Preventive Maintenance

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Date of Record: 2011-09-07

Street Preventive Maintenance

 

The Street Preventive Maintenance project will improve the roadway surface and lifespan of roads through the application of a "slurry seal" that fills cracks and other minor imperfections.  This year the City will slurry seal all of the public roads within the Coronado Cays except Aruba Bend, St. Christopher's Lane, and Kingston Court, all of which will receive a different type of roadway improvement as part of a different project.  In addition, a slurry seal will be applied to the parking lots at the Jamaica Village Clubhouse, Cays Park, Cays Fire Station, and the Boat Launch Ramp located at 1917 Strand Way.  Parking along streets affected by the project, as well as access to private residences, will be temporarily impacted by construction operations with notifications being sent to residents ahead of the anticipated construction.  The City Council awarded the construction contract to American Asphalt South on August 16, 2011 and construction is now underway.  Click here for a location map.

 

Construction Status: The majority of construction operations is complete and City staff is working with the contractor to have them return at a later date to finish all remaining locations including the Cays Park parking lot. Meanwhile, City staff continues to monitor the quality of the slurry seal and review lab test results.