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Slurry Seal Improvements

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Project Location:

Various streets throughout the City

Project Background:

The City of Salinas manages approximately 290 centerline miles of road network.  It is recommended that pavements receive low-cost maintenance every 5-7 years to avoid higher repair/replacement costs in later years.  The City’s Pavement Management System (PMS) was used to identify current City streets in reasonably good condition to receive a low-cost slurry seal treatment. This project calls for the installation of slurry seal and pavement striping on various arterial and residential streets located throughout the City to provide geographic equity.  Slurry seals typically have a lifespan of 5-7 years. The most recent citywide slurry seal project was completed in 2014.

Project Timeline: 

Construction is estimated to begin in spring 2019 and complete in summer 2019.

Project Cost/Funding: 

Estimated total cost is $2.5 million. The project is funded with a combination of Measure X, Measure X Bond Proceeds, and California Senate Bill 1 (SB1) Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation funds.