Starting tomorrow on Tuesday, October 6, several roadways are scheduled to be microsealed. The City of Fayetteville says the work should take about three days to complete. They add that rain could delay the work and extend the overall construction time.
According to the City, microsealing is an asphalt treatment that is cost-effective and it increases a road’s lifespan.
Within hours after the treatment, the road is ready to use, according to the release.
Here is a list of the following affected roads:
· Sheryl Avenue (between E. Oaks Manor Drive and E. Harold Street)
· E. Harold Street (between N. College Avenue and Loxley Avenue)
· Stubblefield Road (between E. Harold Street and Old Missouri Road)
· Boxley Avenue (between E. Dover St. and Boxley Avenue cul-de-sac)
· Fieldstone Avenue (between W. Wedington Drive and Genoa Avenue)
· Desarc Way (between W. Dover Street and Boxley Avenue)
· Genoa Avenue (between W. Dover Street and Prescott Street)
· Prescott Street (between Genoa Avenue and Caddo Avenue)
· Caddo Avenue (between Prescott Street and Genoa Avenue)
· Ponca Street (between Boxley Avenue and 51st Street)
There will be detours for traffic in these areas. The City says residents are allowed access to their homes at all times, but there can be delays. They ask that all drivers use extreme caution when in the work area and to watch for personnel and equipment.
The City says they appreciate everyone’s cooperation and understanding as they work in this area.
It also says Donaldson Construction is performing the work. If you have any further questions or comments, please contact Donaldson Construction at (417) 838-5450.