Slurry Seal Map

Slurry Seal Map2022-03-30T13:25:04-07:00

What is a Slurry Seal?

A slurry seal is the application of a new protective wearing surface to an existing asphalt pavement. By sealing the street, the base of the road is protected from water intrusion and the surface is protected from weather and traffic.   Slurry seal is an economical way to preserve pavement while it corrects minor problems that develop with aging asphalt. It also gives the pavement a fresh, clean look and a safer driving surface.

How is slurry seal applied?

Slurry seal is a thin, tough layer of asphalt emulsion product blended with finely crushed aggregate rock for traction.  A tanker truck will apply the slurry seal directly to the road surface.  Shortly after being applied (usually within 4 to 6 hours) the roadway segment will be opened to traffic. Finally, any pavement markings removed are restored.

Interactive Slurry Seal Map

  • Users can zoom in to a specific area.
  • Type in an address or cross streets and the GIS App will zoom in to the exact location.
  • Switch between various maps (aerial, topographic, street views, etc.)
  • Each colored section of the map reflects the project limits for a specific year.  The City has a six-year cycle to complete every public street within the City Limits.
  • Click on the Legend tab and then click on any of the years listed under the Legend tab.  The map will highlight or unhighlight the planned project limits for the specific year(s) selected.

The interactive map shown in the link above is provided for graphical information only and is not suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes.

The map is used by Public Works for planning purposes. Exact project limits and sections may vary from year to year.

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