Anderson Township Roadway Pavement Sealing Begins

One of the signs of summer entails roadway construction, and this is certainly the case each year in Anderson Township. For the township's more than 120 miles of roadways, a variety of roadway preservation treatments are used, in addition to traditional paving practices.

Beginning next week, weather permitting, such work will occur on various Township roadways. Streets on which these applications will be applied (and type) are as follows:



Microsurface Overlay:                                        Onyx Application:
Alnetta (part)                                                          Farmsworth Ct. 
Maidstone                                                              Foxtrail Lane 
Northwich                                                               St. Ives
Rosetree                                                                 Twelve Oaks
St. Edmund
St. Thomas
Stonington

Additional information on this process may be found at http://www.strawserconstruction.com/pavement-preservation/.  The application of an Onyx entails a two-step process.

Parking will be restricted in these areas on days in which the sealer is applied, but access is available to private driveways along these routes (except during a very short application period). Notice will be made to residents along these roadways, both through the use of door hangars and temporary "No Parking" signs along the roadway in advance of the work.

Again, all work is weather permitting. We thank residents ad motorists for their understanding and assistance as we use this preventative maintenance approach to lengthen the life of the pavement, and maximize the use of taxes allocated each year.