Lake Elsinore’s Citywide Slurry Seal Project is planned to start this month. At a cost of $1,326, 273., the project will consist of pavement slurry, traffic striping, and other repairs. The project was awarded to All American Asphalt.
The four areas of the city that will receive roadway improvements are Alberhill Ranch, McVicker Canyon, Tuscany Hills, and Diamond Drive. The project also includes pavement rehabilitation (grind and overlay) along Diamond Drive between Mission Trail and Malaga Road and parts of Gunnerson Street. The project is expected to be completed by December.
The city uses a Pavement Condition Index (PCI) when determining what roadways to repair. The city’s last Pavement Condition Survey was completed in October 2017 to determine the PCI for all AC Pavement Surfaces throughout the city. This survey allows the city to identify the condition of the pavement and the appropriate method for rehabilitation depending on the level of deterioration. The average PCI Rating of city streets was 71 on a scale from 0 to 100.
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