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Posted on: June 8, 2017

Summer Preventative Maintenance

EGR Preventative Maintenance
Preventative street maintenance is scheduled to take place during the month of June that will have an impact on several major streets in East Grand Rapids.

Traffic on the streets noted during these times will be impacted. The City encourages motorists and residents avoid these streets during the timeframes noted by seeking alternative routes or plan extra time for their destinations with traffic delays present.

The schedule is subject to change depending on weather. This preventative maintenance work and treatment applications are made possible by the 2015 Streets and Sidewalks Millage and are important to maintain City streets. The City appreciates patience and understanding while this important work takes place.

Date

Streets Affected

Work

Notes

June 12 (after 8 a.m. and completed by 3 p.m.)

Breton

Adjusting manhole structures

The street will be open subject to traffic control by flagger crews.

June 13-15

Hall (Plymouth to Lake)

Milling and paving

Streets will be open to traffic subject to traffic control by flagger crews.

June 13-15

Plymouth (Franklin/San Lu Rae to Hall)

Milling and paving

Streets will be open to traffic subject to traffic control by flagger crews.

June 13-15

Lake Drive (Bagley to Laurel)

Milling and paving

Streets will be open to traffic subject to traffic control by flagger crews.

June 13-15

Breton (Hall to south City limit)

Milling and paving

Streets will be open to traffic subject to traffic control by flagger crews.

Week of June 26

Hall (Plymouth to Breton)

Sealing centerline joints

Limited closures will be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open to traffic within a few hours.

Week of June 26

Plymouth (Franklin/San Lu Rae to Hall)

Sealing centerline joints

Limited closures will be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open to traffic within a few hours.

Week of June 26

Lake Drive (Bagley to Gladstone)

Sealing centerline joints

Limited closures will be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open to traffic within a few hours.

Week of June 26

Wealthy (Lovett to Sherman)

Sealing centerline joints

Limited closures will be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open to traffic within a few hours.

Week of June 26

Breton (Hall to south City limit)

Sealing centerline joints

Limited closures will be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open to traffic within a few hours.

Week of June 26

Hall (Plymouth to Breton)

Road sealant

Traffic will be maintained with flagger crews and limited closures may be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open shortly after this treatment application has been applied.

Week of June 26

Breton (Hall to south City limit)

Road sealant

Traffic will be maintained with flagger crews and limited closures may be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open shortly after this treatment application has been applied.

Week of June 26

Reeds Lake (Lakeside to and including Reeds Lake north arm to Robinson)

Cape seal*

Traffic will be maintained with flagger crews and limited closures may be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open shortly after this treatment application has been applied.

Week of June 26

Reeds Lake Court (Reeds Lake Blvd to end)

Cape seal*

Traffic will be maintained with flagger crews and limited closures may be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open shortly after this treatment application has been applied.

Week of June 26

Shopping Center (Lakeside to end)

Cape seal

Traffic will be maintained with flagger crews and limited closures may be required while this road treatment is applied.  Streets will be open shortly after this treatment application has been applied.


   
*What is a cape seal?

A cape seal is a thin surface treatment constructed using a two-step process. The first step involves the contractor placing a “chip seal” layer, which places small graded stones (chips) on a liquid asphalt blend that is sprayed on the pavement surface. The chip seal is rolled to embed the chips securely to the road surface. The contractor will then use a street sweeper to remove loose stone. The second step involves an asphalt slurry seal, which is applied on top of the chip seal, normally within 1-2 weeks after the chip seal

Crack sealing 


City crews are also crack sealing, weather permitting, about 2-3 days per week in accordance with the map and street list below throughout the summer.

EGR Crack Seal




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