Street Maintenance Projects

Chip and Seal Work - 2020

For a list of streets scheduled for chip seal work this summer, see our Street Maintenance Chip Seal Program flyer.

Milling and Paving Projects

All project dates and times are weather dependent and may change at any time. Call our Street Maintenance Division at 552-6360 with questions.

South Ave. and S. Higgins Ave. Intersection

On South Ave., project runs from Ronald St., through the S. Higgins Ave. intersection, and stops approx. one-half block west of S. Higgins. On S. Higgins Ave., work runs approx. one-half block north of the South Ave. intersection to one-half block south of the intersection.

  • Milling work is scheduled to begin Monday, May 4, 2020, with paving to begin thereafter.
  • Project is expected to take about three days to complete, depending on weather.
  • No parking during work hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Vehicles parked in the area during this time will be towed.
  • Watch for temporary detours and street closures.
  • After paving is completed, temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes any striped crosswalks and other street markings.

Project Map (pdf)

Higgins Ave.—Broadway to Railroad St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Lane marker tabs will be installed to delineate driving and turning lanes. Lanes lines will be painted once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping, including striped crosswalks, green bike lanes, and other street markings, will be completed once the chips are swept up.
  • Permanent, long-life pavement markings will be installed during Summer 2021. The chip seal must "cure" for at least 6 months before the permanent marking material can be installed.

Woody St.—Broadway to Spruce St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes striped crosswalks and other street markings.

Ryman St.—Alder St. to Pine St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes any striped crosswalks and other street markings.