Residents in some areas of Murrieta are seeing road repairs under the city’s slurry seal project.
The $3,136,458 project paid for by Measure A and Gas Tax funds will repair approximately 19 million square feet or about 50% of all city-maintained residential streets within city limits, the city said.
Repairs include asphalt patching of minor pavement defects, application of crack seal to cracks in the pavement, removal of traffic striping and pavement markers, application of Type 1 Rubber Polymer Modified Slurry to pavement and the reapplication of traffic striping and pavement markers.
The project, which was awarded to American Asphalt during the Oct. 15 city council meeting, will take four to six months to complete depending on weather, the city said.
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