2014 Microsurfacing Road Work
Beginning on Monday, June 2, 2014, City contractors will begin applying microsurfacing on State Street, Iron Avenue, Pacific Avenue, Seitz Drive, Santa Fe Avenue, Scanlan Avenue, Republic Avenue, College Avenue, Bishop Street, and Eighth Street .
The schedule for June 2 – June 6, is as follows:
June 2 State Street (between Cherry Street and Broadway Boulevard)
State Street (between Broadway Boulevard and Railroad Tracks)
Iron Avenue (between Ninth Street and Fourth Street)
Pacific Avenue (between Ninth Street and Santa Fe Avenue)
Seitz Drive (between Crawford Street and Pavement Change)
Seitz Drive (between Pavement Change and Melrose Lane)
June 3 Santa Fe Avenue (between Claflin Avenue and Republic Avenue)
Santa Fe Avenue (between Elm Street and Railroad Tracks)
Scanlan Avenue (between Centennial Road and General Jim Road)
June 4 Discovery Center Parking Lot
Santa Fe Avenue (between Railroad Tracks and Pacific Avenue)
Republic Avenue (between Cherokee Drive and Broadway Boulevard)
Republic Avenue (between Pershing Street and Ninth Street)
June 5 State Street (between Broadway Boulevard and College Avenue)
College Avenue (between South Street and Bishop Street)
June 6 Bishop Street (between College Avenue and Ninth Street)
Eighth Street (between Ash Street and Prescott Avenue)
The work will include applying the asphalt surface treatment and placing temporary pavement markings.
The contractor will begin setting traffic control at 7 am. Temporary traffic control and flaggers will be present to direct vehicles through the work zones and maintain traffic flow; traffic will be reduced to single lanes in both directions during paving. Residences and businesses will be notified if access to driveways will be restricted while work is performed. On-street parking in work zones will be prohibited. Any vehicles, or equipment, left on the street on the day paving is scheduled may be towed at the owners expense.
Microsurfacing is a method of pavement surface treatment which prolongs the serviceability of streets by creating a moisture-resistant barrier while increasing the rideability. This process has been successfully used in Salina for many years. Combined with joint and crack sealing, this surface treatment program extends the service life of pavement.
For additional questions, contact the Department of Public Works at 785-309-5725.