The Town of Parker's Streets Division works hard to keep our roadway network running smoothly, and spring and summer are the most active seasons for maintenance. Various projects across our community are already underway or will begin soon.
This year's most intensive maintenance project, pavement rehabilitation for Motsenbocker Road between Stroh Road and Longland Parkway, kicked off in late April. The project will feature diamond grind work to help smooth the roadway surface and associated sealing of concrete panel seams between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. While the roadway will remain open throughout the three-month construction schedule, residents will experience lane closures and possible lengthy delays.
Other scheduled road maintenance work will be performed across many areas of Town. Select residential streets will undergo slurry seal preservation, which features a mixture of aggregate, asphalt emulsion, water and other additives that are applied to a roadway surface to help preserve the underlying structure.
When a street has been selected to be slurry sealed, approximately half of the roadway will need to be closed completely for several hours, depending on the type of work and weather. Other adjacent lanes and streets will remain open to allow nearby access for traveling, parking or getting to your home on foot during the time of the closure. Once these streets have dried and reopened to traffic, the other half of the roadway will be treated in a similar fashion.
Specific project dates and details will be distributed to residences within the maintenance areas as projects are scheduled. No Parking signs will also be placed in impacted neighborhoods when work is set to begin.
Additional street maintenance projects, including concrete repairs for sidewalks, curbs and gutters in residential areas, will begin late spring/early summer.
Our online Streets Project Map has recently been updated to include all 2022 road work scheduled to be performed by the Town of Parker and its contractors, including slurry seal, concrete repair, microsurfacing, reconstruction and other projects.
Visit this online resource at www.ParkerOnline.org/StreetProjects to see if your neighborhood or commuting route will be impacted.
For more information about Streets Maintenance operations in the Town of Parker, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/Streets or call 303.840.9546.