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Posted on: July 26, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Seal Coat Program Update 8/10/22

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SEALCOAT UPDATE 8/10/2022.

The City of Big Spring's annual seal-coat project is currently underway.  The City of Big Spring's annual seal-coat project is currently underway.  On Wednesday, August 10th, work crews will be seal-coating the following streets in District 1:

  • Sgt. Paredez Street (from Gregg to Channing)

  • Channing Street (from Sgt. Paredez to NW 7th)

  • Dundee Street (from 1st Street to NW 5th)

  • Glasgo Street (from NW 3rd to Father Delaney)

  • Trades Avenue (from NW 1st to NW 5th)

  • NW 5th Street (from Dundee to Gregg)

  • NW 3rd Street (from Gregg to N. Aylesford)

  • NW 2nd Street (from Trades to Channing)

  • NW 1st Street (from Trades to Channing)

  • Kindle Road (from Airport to the dead end)

Motorists should prepare for delays near active work zones.  Your street access may be limited.  Reduce speed and stay alert. Signage and traffic control will be in place at each location as work progresses. Motorists should never try to enter or cross a lane where crews are placing seal-coat until the roadway is reopened.  After the street is open to traffic, please use extreme caution when stopping, starting, or backing out of your driveway. Turning the steering wheel while stopped will cause damage to the new surface during its curing stage. 

The public is asked to remove vehicles from specified roadways.  Vehicles will only need to be removed from the street while crews are working.  Towing of vehicles will only be done as a last resort.  During the project, the parking of vehicles on the sidewalk and/or yard will be permitted, but vehicles should be removed as soon as work is completed in the area.  

Motorists should prepare for delays near active work zones.  Your street access may be limited.  Reduce speed and stay alert. Signage and traffic control will be in place at each location as work progresses. Motorists should never try to enter or cross a lane where crews are placing seal-coat until the roadway is reopened.  After the street is open to traffic, please use extreme caution when stopping, starting, or backing out of your driveway. Turning the steering wheel while stopped will cause damage to the new surface during its curing stage. The public is asked to remove vehicles from specified roadways.  Vehicles will only need to be removed from the street while crews are working.  Towing of vehicles will only be done as a last resort.  During the project, the parking of vehicles on the sidewalk and/or yard will be permitted, but vehicles should be removed as soon as work is completed in the area.  

The City of Big Spring regrets any inconvenience related to the seal coating program and request the public’s patience during the project. If you have any questions, please call 432-264-2501.



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