2017 Residential Rehabilitation - Asphalt Sealing
Updated July 31, 2017
Scope of Work
This is a pavement preservation project intended to extend the life of the asphalt street. When the aging process is halted early in the life cycle of the pavement, maintenance is less invasive and much less expensive. According to Federal Highway Administration data, up to 80% of pavement flexibility is lost during the first five years which leads to pavement cracking. By sealing the existing cracks and applying sealant to the entire roadway, we are able to stabilize and preserve the oil in the asphalt surface which will help retain the flexibility of the pavement and extend the life of the driving surface.
What is the Process?
First, the entire street is cleaned to ensure a clean, dry surface. Then, cracks are sealed and an asphalt emulsion is placed on the entire street. It takes approximately four to six hours to dry, depending on weather conditions; streets with shade may take longer.
Work is anticipated to begin the week of July 31, 2017. Property owners will be notified approximately two weeks in advance of work beginning on their street.
Access During Construction
No parking will be allowed on the street while work is being completed. No parking signs will be posted 24 hours in advance of work beginning. Work is expected to take two to three days per street.
Other Information for Residents in the Project Area
- It is critical that you do not park on the street the day it is scheduled to be treated.
- Please do not drive on the wet material. It will track onto your driveway and/or splatter on your vehicle.
- If you absolutely need to leave your home after the street has been treated, drive very slowly through the material to the untreated or dry side of the street. Drive slowly until material has worn off your tires.
- DO NOT drive on wet material and then drive on your driveway. It will track onto your driveway.
- Please turn off sprinklers a day prior and on the day(s) your street will be done. This way the pavement will be dry and the product will stick and perform better.
- Rain days and/or equipment problems may delay the work until crews are able to return.
- We recommend you do not schedule any contractors, landscapers, or deliveries on these days.
August 1, 2017
- Greenwood from 44th to 48th
- Madison from 48th to 51st
- 65th from Judson to Fremont
- Orchard from 27th to 29th
- 29th from “Y” to Orchard
- Sycamore from Hazelwood to “O”
August 2, 2017
- Oregon Trail from 1st to NW 3rd
- Lewis from North Park to Superior
- Holltorf from Lewis to North Park
- 73rd from E Avon to Vine
- Hazelwood from Sycamore to Cobblestone
August 3, 2017
- “F” from 33rd to 36th
- 44th from Pioneers to LaSalle
- Spruce from 40th to Linden
- 49th from Pioneers to Spruce
- 46th from Calvert to Prescott
- Kessler from Holly to Pace
August 4, 2017
- “P” from 33rd to 35th
- 40th from Holdrege to “Y”
- 36th from Randolph to “D”
- Frost Ct from Frost Dr to Frost Cir
- 47th from Bryson to Mohawk
- Mohawk Cir from Mohawk St to Mohawk Cir
August 7, 2017
- 50th from Huntington to Madison
- St Paul from 48th to 50th
- Anderson from Van Dorn to 44th
- Sewell from 35th to 37th
- 46th from Calvert to High
August 8, 2017
- “R” from 33rd to 36th
- Peach from 13th to 15th
- 36th from Van Dorn to Smith
- Smith from 33rd to 35th
- Bradfield from 27th to Sheridan
- Manse from 27th to Bradfield
August 9, 2017
- NW 52nd from W Knight to W Benton
- NW 51st from W Knight to W Luke
- W Luke from NW 51st to NW 52nd
- W Craw from NW 49th to W Hughes
- 29th from “D” to “F”
- Everett from Skyline to W Manor
- Crestview from Everett to dead end
August 10, 2017
- Benton from NW 48th to NW 54th
- Washington from 27th to 29th
- 28th from “A” to Everett
- Brookhaven from Franklin to Sumner
- Oldham from 53rd to 56th
If due to weather (rain, wind, or heat) or mechanical problems, we do not get your street sealed on the day scheduled, we intend to do the work on the following work day.