2017 Street Maintenance Projects

The City will complete several street maintenance projects this summer. A detailed schedule will be updated here.

The work schedule can be affected by weather conditions, mechanical issues, and product availability.

Below is the list of resurfacing projects planned for this summer by treatment type:

Light pavement rehabilitation, or pavement wear surface replacement, includes treatments such as asphalt overlay, asphalt mill and overlay, and hot- or cold-in-place recycling of existing asphalt.  The City is using hot-in-place recycling for the following street maintenance projects. This treatment is a cost effective alternative to mill and asphalt overlay and extends the life of the pavement asset preserving the City’s investment as well as providing a smooth riding surface.

Hot-in-place asphalt recycling
StreetFromToExpected start-finish date
Whispering Wind DriveDan Moody TrailSun City BoulevardCompleted
Parker CirclePower RoadPower RoadAug. 14-18
Willow LaneCountry ClubRanch RoadAug. 14-18
Cottonwood DriveCountry ClubParkway StreetAug. 14-18
Park LaneWilliams DriveClay StreetAug. 18-24
Park LaneShannon DriveDead EndAug. 18-24
Janis DrivePark LaneNorthwest BoulevardAug. 18-24
17th StreetScenic DriveForest StreetTBD
West 16th StreetScenic DriveRailroad AvenueTBD
Railroad Avenue10th StreetLeander RoadTBD
West 11th StreetRailroad AvenueMartin Luther King StreetTBD
Martin Luther King Street11th StreetUniversity AvenueTBD
West 15th StreetScenic DriveHart StreetTBD
West 14th StreetRailroad AvenueHart StreetTBD
West 13th StreetRailroad AvenueHart StreetTBD
West West StreetWest 13th StreetWest 14th StreetTBD
Hart StreetUniversity AvenueRailroad AvenueTBD
22nd StreetRailroad AvenueApartment DrivewayTBD
19th StreetRailroad AvenueDead endTBD
18th StreetSchool Property LineRailroad AvenueTBD
18th StreetLeander StreetAustin AvenueTBD
Bridge Street17th StreetDead endTBD
Forest Street17th Street18th StreetTBD
Candee Street17th Street18th StreetTBD

 

Pavement preservation, also known as preventative maintenance, consists of applying surface treatments to existing pavements. Examples of this type of maintenance include various types of seals and single and double course treatments. For these street maintenance projects, the City is using double course surface treatment with a sealant. These types of seals are cost effective, improve skid resistance, provide an effective moisture barrier, and prevent small surface cracks. The addition of the sealant helps lock loose rock. These types of applications extend the life of the pavement asset and preserve the City’s investment. Surface seals do not improve overall ride quality of a roadway and raveling may still be experienced.

Double course surface treatment with sealant
StreetFromToExpected start-finish date
SE Inner LoopFM 1460Hwy. 29Aug. 14-22
Maple StreetSam HoustonPinnacleTBD
Country Club RoadRivery BoulevardRanch RoadAug. 17-23
Northwest BoulevardSerenada DriveI-35Aug. 16-23