California State Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) will provide Stockton with $560,000 in funding to resurface local neighborhood streets throughout Stockton. The 2018 Slurry Seal Project will begin this fall, resurfacing nearly 11 miles of road surfaces in 75 locations throughout the city.
The City keeps track of the condition of its street using a Pavement Management System. Streets being resurfaced as part of this project were selected to keep them in good condition, adding additional years of use and life to the pavement surface.
When work is scheduled to begin in each neighborhood, residents will receive a notice from the contractor, providing information about parking, driving, and access to homes, driveways and streets. Notices, as well as posted signage in the area, will be placed at least 72 hours in advance of work beginning.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 8/23/2018