Paving projects to close Jasper streetsJune 23, 2021
By Herald Staff
JASPER — The Jasper Street Department and contractor Seal Master will begin annual asphalt pavement preservation projects (Liquid Road) on Monday, barring inclement weather or any other unforeseen events.
This surface coating is comparable to a seal coating, however, it is thicker, more durable and also designed to wear longer than an ordinary seal coating.
Motorists will not be allowed on these streets during the application of Liquid Road nor until this substance is thoroughly dry, which is approximately two days.
Affected residents will be notified via a door hanger the day before the application begins.
Residents must have all vehicles removed from garages, streets and driveways prior to 7 a.m. on the day which the application is applied to their street and will not be allowed on this street until it is reopened (barricades removed).
Each street which is treated will be closed for approximately two days, depending on weather and material drying conditions.
The streets affected are: Grassland Hills, south end (south of 31st Street); Victory Drive from 36th to 37th Street; Leslie Drive from Reyling Drive to 36th Street; Rhine Strasse from the dead end to south of 43rd Street; Hartford Drive, the Portersville Road path; the entirety of Soliga Street; Evergreen Lane north of Brescher Drive; the entirety of Sugar Cane Court; the entirety of Judith Avenue; Ladino Lane from Evergreen Lane to Bluegrass Lane; and the entirety of Suzanna Avenue.
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