VACAVILLE — City work crews started slurry-sealing five streets Monday and the work is expected to continue through October, Vacaville’s Public Works Department announced Tuesday.
Minor traffic delays and temporary lane closures are expected, but there will be no major road closures. The $1.38 million project includes replacing curbs with ramps that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, installing traffic video detection equipment and slurrying roadways.
The affected streets include Depot Street from Mason Street to East Monte Vista Avenue, Leisure Town Road from 1,800 feet north of Stonegate Drive to Orange Drive, Browns Valley Parkway from Brown Street to East Monte Vista Avenue, East Monte Vista Avenue from 500 feet west of Browns Valley Parkway to Browns Valley Parkway, and Allison Drive from Ulatis Drive to East Monte Vista Avenue.
For more information, call Public Works at 449-5170.
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