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Road Preservation Treatment Work to Beginning March 16

Contractor crews working for the city of Avondale will be applying a surface sealant to roads throughout Avondale beginning Monday, March 16. Most of these roads being treated are residential streets and the work will take place over a period of approximately seven weeks.
Post Date:03/11/2020

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Road Preservation Treatment Work to Beginning March 16 

Contractor crews working for the city of Avondale will be applying a surface sealant to roads throughout Avondale beginning Monday, March 16. Most of these roads being treated are residential streets and the work will take place over a period of approximately seven weeks.

Streets being treated west of the Agua Fria River include roads in portions of the Dysart Ranch, Rio Crossing, Las Palmeras, Rancho Sante Fe, Litchfield Mountain View, and Historic Avondale neighborhoods. East of the river, residential roads getting treated are located in the Coldwater Springs, CW Ranch, Cambridge Estates, Littleton Manor, and Durango Park neighborhoods. 

Crews will be performing the work between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.   Door hanger notifications will be provided to residents in these neighborhoods in advance of the work and their HOAs will also be notified. Every effort will be made to provide traffic control that minimizes interruptions to normal traffic flows. 

For questions or more information, call the City of Avondale at 623-333-4221.   

2020.3 - road preservation

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