Street Maintenance Projects

Milling and Paving Projects

All project dates and times are weather dependent and may change at any time. Call our Street Maintenance Division at 552-6360 with questions.

South Ave. and S. Higgins Ave. Intersection

On South Ave., project runs from Ronald St., through the S. Higgins Ave. intersection, and stops approx. one-half block west of S. Higgins. On S. Higgins Ave., work runs approx. one-half block north of the South Ave. intersection to one-half block south of the intersection.

  • Milling work is scheduled to begin Monday, May 4, 2020, with paving to begin thereafter.
  • Project is expected to take about three days to complete, depending on weather.
  • No parking during work hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Vehicles parked in the area during this time will be towed.
  • Watch for temporary detours and street closures.
  • After paving is completed, temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes any striped crosswalks and other street markings.

Project Map (pdf)

Higgins Ave.—Broadway to Railroad St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Lane marker tabs will be installed to delineate driving and turning lanes. Lanes lines will be painted once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping, including striped crosswalks, green bike lanes, and other street markings, will be completed once the chips are swept up.
  • Permanent, long-life pavement markings will be installed during Summer 2021. The chip seal must "cure" for at least 6 months before the permanent marking material can be installed.

Woody St.—Broadway to Spruce St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes striped crosswalks and other street markings.

Ryman St.—Alder St. to Pine St.

  • Milling and paving work has been completed.
  • Temporary striping will be applied once temperatures are warm enough, which is generally 55 degrees and above. 
  • The new asphalt will be chip sealed in late July or early August to further protect it from moisture, therefore extending the life of the asphalt.
  • All striping will be replaced once the chips are swept up. This includes any striped crosswalks and other street markings.