WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 6, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Beginning this month, 100 miles of City streets will be resurfaced as part of an annual slurry seal project.
Southwest Slurry Seal, Inc. is performing the work which began May 4 and will conclude in September. The slurry seal work will occur on several streets located in a number of neighborhoods, including:
Chandler Crossing Estates in west Chandler
Warner Ranch IV in west Chandler
Crystal Bay at Raintree Ranch in north Chandler
Rancho Del Ray in east Chandler
Cooper Commons in southwest Chandler
Sun River in southwest Chandler
Ocotillo in southeast Chandler
A section of Driftwood Avenue south of Chandler Boulevard in west Chandler
Several streets northwest of Alma School and Pecos roads in central Chandler
Several streets northeast of Chandler Heights and McQueen roads in south Chandler
A map showing specific locations can be found by clicking on the Road Construction & Street Closures link on the Transportation page of the City’s website, www.chandleraz.gov/transportation.
Slurry seal is an asphalt emulsion mixed with aggregate. It is approx 3/8″ thick and provides a new riding surface lasting up to five years. Advance notice in the form of door hangers will be distributed to homes and businesses along streets to be sealed. The notice will ask that cars not be parked along the street so that sealant can be applied unobstructed. For more information, call the City’s Streets Division at 480-782-3500.