Incline/Crystal Bay road resealing work begins Friday
July 22, 2013
Work will begin Friday to reseal main streets and roads throughout Incline Village and Crystal Bay.
Sparks-based Intermountain Slurry Seal has been contracted to perform the "chip seal" and "slurry seal" work, said Greg Belancio, senior engineer with Washoe County.
The products are spread over old asphalt to help stop erosion from water and oxidation from the sun and can last anywhere from three to six years, depending on weather and traffic.
"Timely preventative maintenance like this helps avoid extremely costly street rebuilding in the future," according to a notice from the county.
Work starts Friday on Country Club Boulevard, Tanager Street and Incline Way, Belancio said, with the project finishing mid to late August.
Roads will be closed to through traffic and parking. Officials are unable to predict exact times when certain paths will be closed, according to the county.
Anyone with questions about the project can call Intermountain Slurry Seal at 775-358-1355.
Below is a list of paths on which work is planned:
Incline Village: College Drive, Country Club Drive, Incline Way, Northwood Boulevard, Southwood Boulevard, Tanager Street, Village Boulevard, Dorcey Drive, Marlene Street and Sheri Court.
Crystal Bay: Garen Street, Gonowabie Road, Amagosa Road, Wassou Road, Teresa Court, Lakeview Avenue, Reservoir Drive, Somers Drive, Somers Loop, Beowawie Road, Crystal Drive, Calaneva Drive, State Line Road, Tuscarora Road, Pahute Road, Anaho Road and Goshute Road.
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