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Extensive Roadwork Planned in August/September

Post Date:08/08/2017 6:08 PM

Eagle Mountain City has two road treatment projects planned from mid-August to early September that will affect many neighborhoods.

Door notices will be distributed by the contractor prior to residents' streets being closed. These notices include important information about parking restrictions and outdoor irrigation restrictions. Please read these notices carefully and follow the instructions. The notices will also include contact information for the contractor if needed. 

Work is scheduled to begin on a high density mineral bond project on August 14 and continue in various neighborhoods through the end of August. This pavement preservation treatment significantly extends the life of asphalt streets. The benefits of properly maintained streets include higher property values, a smoother/safer ride, and reduced costs to the community by prolonging the need for replacement. Please see the maps below for information on road closures. 

Autumn Ridge/Overland Trails Area

Eagle Point 1 Area

Lone Tree Area

Sundance, Crittenden Corner, Rockwell Village Area

SilverLake/Evans Ranch Area

Meadow Ranch/Valley View Area

Work is scheduled to begin August 21 and continue through September 7 for the installation of Frictional Mastic Surface Treatment (Onyx) in some areas. This treatment is designed to maximize the durability of the asphalt. Please see the following link for maps of affected areas, including Northmoor & Southmoor, Gateway Park, Sage Valley, Parkside, Arrival 1A, and N. Secretariat Rd. Door notices will be distributed by the contractor prior to work commencing. 

**Please note there have been revisions to the closures for the following areas: Northmoor/Southmoor, Parkside, and Sage Valley due to conflicts with garbage pickup**

Onyx Surface Treatment Maps

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