Numerous neighborhood streets to be slurry sealed
April 29, 2023
Date moved one week
The slurry seal has been moved back one week so the crews can continue to do prep work on those streets. The construction company requested additional time to properly prep those streets.
Slurry seal is now scheduled for May 4, 5, 8, 9. Door hangars will be placed on homes with further confirmation. Trash pick ups should not be impacted. *Note: weather could also force rescheduling again as it requires dry surface and temperatures above 55 degrees.
Several City of Tehachapi neighborhood streets will be slurry sealed in the coming days. Listed below are the streets to receive the work. The work will take place over multiple days to allow trash service to remain on schedule and have minimal impact on residents in these neighborhoods. The application of slurry seal to roadway is a same day completion.
Day 1, Silver Oak Ct., Beech St., Laurel Dr., Redwood Ct., Magnolia Ct., Acacia Ct., and Kelton St. (south of Brentwood) are scheduled for Thursday, May 4.
Day 2, Aspen Drive, Fig Drive, Pinon St. (between Hickory to Fig), Pine Court, Black Oak Dr. (south of Bartlett), Bartlett St., Bamboo Ct., Park St., Pepper Dr. (between Park and Hayes), Mojave St. (between E St. to Pepper) will be on Friday, May 5.
Day 3, Hickory Ave., Alan Ave., Michael Ave., Lois St., Apple Way, Spruce St., Black Oak Dr. (between Brentwood to Bartlett), Mill St. (south of Brentwood), Mulberry St. (south of Brentwood), Oakwood St. (south of Brentwood) will be on Monday, May 8.
Day 4, Brett Ave., Holly Dr., Hayes St. (between Holly to D St.), Oakwood St. (between Valley & Brentwood), Mulberry St. (between Valley to Brentwood), Kelton St. (between Valley to Brentwood), Mill St. (between Valley to Brentwood), and Pepper Dr. (between Hayes to Holly) will be on Tuesday, May 9.
The cost of the slurry seal was estimated at $296,999 and is funded by SB1 money. The project is being completed by VSS Construction.
This is one of 10 infrastructure projects scheduled to take place in the City of Tehachapi now that the weather is cooperating. Projects should be completed by fall of this year.