Project Update: March 10, 2023
Work is anticipated to begin within the next one to two weeks. Initial work will consist of striping and pavement marking removal followed by crack sealing, all in preparation for the application of a slurry seal. About two weeks after the slurry seal is applied, striping and pavement markings will be re-installed. Temporary traffic control and road closures will be in place throughout construction operations. Notifications will be delivered by the Contractor, American Asphalt South, to residents along affected streets identifying the exact date of individual road closures approximately five days ahead of time.
February 23, 2023
To ensure smooth safe roads, the City of Coronado is committed to providing a well-maintained road system for the community that is one of the best. Each year, City crews apply a slurry seal to a portion - one seventh - of Coronado’s public streets to refresh the existing asphalt surfaces. The slurry seal maintenance program extends the life of the city's existing street surfaces and also helps minimize costly repairs later on, as the asphalt pavement degrades.
In the spring, a City contractor will begin working on an annual slurry seal project along Glorietta Boulevard, south of 4th Street, and on other streets throughout the city. Businesses and residents near the affected areas will be informed before work begins. The contractor will also take steps to control traffic while the street improvements are underway.
Spring, 2023 Slurry Seal Locations
- Bay Circle
- Bayshore Bikeway (Yacht Club to Fiddlers Cove)
- Cajon Place
- Glorietta Boulevard (South of 4th St)
- Golf Course Parking Lot
- Guadalupe Avenue
- Jacinto Place
- Margarita Ave
- Miguel Ave
- Monterey Ave
- San Luis Rey Ave
- Visalia Row
- Vista Place
Contact: Public Services & Engineering