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Posted on: September 3, 2021

Road Maintenance - Slurry Seal Street Closures

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Draper City has contracted with Morgan Pavement for the resurfacing of some neighborhood streets using the Slurry Seal process. This is a preventative measure to maintain asphalt and slow deterioration. It requires the road to be completely closed and restricted from parking and driving on for a period of time, so residents need to be aware and plan accordingly. 

Affected residents should receive a door notice from the contractor a couple days ahead of the work. Please review this information thoroughly and find a street nearby that will not be closed to park vehicles on that will be used during the closure. Please make sure to turn sprinklers off the day of the work for 24 hours to prevent damage to the treatment. 

We will post maps to affected streets below as we receive them from the contractor. Work is scheduled to begin September 7 and be completed by October 1. Weather and other factors can affect scheduling. We will provide updates if changes occur. 

Road Closure Maps - September 27-28 (Please note, 11800 South between State St and 700 East will be done on Saturday, September 25)

Road Closure Maps - September 24 

Road Closure Maps - September 20-23 (Please note if work is scheduled on garbage pickup day, pickup will still occur.)

Road Closure Maps - September 13-17 (Work is scheduled on garbage pickup day for Honeyfield and Wayfield Dr. The City will coordinate pickup time with the contractor. Please leave cans out as normal.)

*Road Closure Maps - September 7-10 

*On September 9, the City was notified by the contractor that due to some staffing and equipment issues, they will not be able to complete the work scheduled for 9/9 on the streets highlighted on this map. These streets will be rescheduled and residents contacted via door notice. The information will also be posted here once we receive notification from the contractor. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Upon completion of the treatment, the surface is initially rough and takes between one to two months to smooth out. Debris may be present during this process. The contractor will return for sweeping within a few weeks of treatment. 

We appreciate your cooperation while we complete this necessary maintenance. 

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