Vail street slurry seal project begins Thursday, May 25
VAIL — Crews hired by the Town of Vail will begin an annual street-maintenance project on Thursday, May 25. The slurry seal work will be taking place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and will continue until May 30, weather dependent.
Slurry seal creates a new wearing surface and seals the asphalt to prevent the damaging effects of water intrusion into the pavement. Roads will be treated one lane at a time to allow for single-lane traffic to be maintained at all times; however, motorists should expect delays. Traffic will be allowed to return to the new surface after it dries, typically after two hours.
The following roads are scheduled to receive the slurry treatment this year:
• Potato Patch Drive
• Sandy Lane
• Spraddle Creek Road
• Rockledge Road
• Forest Road
• Beaver Dam Road
• Beaver Dam Circle
For more information, contact town of Vail project engineer Chad Salli at 970-376-2389, or project contractor A-1 Chipseal at 303-464-9267.
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