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Pavement Preservation Program

The Public Works Department’s Pavement Preservation Program is an annual program in which identified city streets receive appropriate applications to lengthen the lifetime of the street surface.

The FY14 Pavement Preservation Program is April 14 – May 30. Links to the street schedule and area maps are located to the right. Residents living in areas targeted for treatment will receive 48 hour notice before the work begins via a door hanger. Contact information for residents requiring special assistance during the street treatments will be provided on the door hangers.

The street treatments include Micro Surfacing and Slurry Seal Type II, and Mill and Overlay. The Seal Coat being used is called Slurry Seal Type II.

The first treatment, known as micro-surfacing, is a topical preservation treatment. The Slurry Seal Type II treatment is another topical preservation treatment for slower speed roads. The mill and overlay involves the milling down of two inches of existing pavement and overlaying with two new inches of fresh pavement. Reems Road from Bell to Greenway will receive this treatment.

Residents can expect street restrictions during the treatment, however there will not be any complete street closures.

For more information please contact:
Tom McCullough, Project Manager

Or the Public Works Department

Transportation Division of Public Works
16000 N. Civic Center Plaza
Surprise, AZ 85374
Phone: 623.222.6000
Fax: 623.222.1701

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