Each spring, the Town conducts pavement maintenance to extend the life of our streets. This work concentrates on residential road maintenance in one of five geographic areas each year on a rotating basis. This year’s maintenance effort is coming to the southern portions of Castle Rock as part of the Town’s Pavement Maintenance Program.
Southern Castle Rock includes neighborhoods such as Crystal Valley and Plum Creek. Crews will be working on neighborhood roads between April and October, weather dependent. The work will include slurry and crack seal, overlay and concrete restoration.
An open house will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m., Thursday, March 24, at the Public Works Service Center, 4175 N. Castleton Court. Town staff will be present to provide information about this year’s road maintenance and answer questions.
In addition to neighborhood roads, primary and Downtown streets receive repairs as needed. This year’s primary streets include East Loop Road, Fifth Street, Gilbert Street, Mikelson Boulevard, Park Street and Woodlands Boulevard.
Residents and businesses directly impacted by the work will receive a mailed letter detailing the projects, as well as notices on their doors shortly before the work begins. View the interactive Pavement Maintenance Program treatment progress tracker for updates on planned and completed roadwork. Check out the map online at CRgov.com/PMPTracker.
The Town has allocated $18.5 million for the 2022 Pavement Maintenance Program. Funding primarily comes from the Transportation Fund, which includes revenue from sales tax, motor vehicle and building use taxes. More information and frequently asked questions can be found online at CRgov.com/PMP.
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