Commencing Wednesday, July 24th, Intermountain Slurry will begin microsurfacing the roads around Sudden Valley. Please see the project map and details below for more information.
Micro Surfacing / Slurry Seal is a combination of emulsified asphalt and aggregate that is mixed together and placed over the existing asphalt surface. The product is designed to protect and preserve the existing asphalt surface and prolong its integrity. The product, once applied to the roadways surface, can take 4-6 hours to properly cure and receive traffic of any kind. This product requires that the streets receiving microsealing either be closed or restricted to traffic during its application.
Streets that are to receive this treatment will also have “No Parking” signs placed along the street at least 48 HOURS prior to the work being started. These signs will have specific dates and times that all parking on the street will be restricted. Please look for these on your roadway. Please note that cars parked within the posted area will have to be moved by midnight the evening before or will be towed by Heston Hauling. Please turn off any watering of lawns during these hours, as water run-off will disrupt the curing process.
Expect some delays and choose alternate routes if possible. We greatly appreciate your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The oil used in these surface treatments can and will stain your carpets, floors, and other related items if traveled through before it has properly cured. If you get oil on a surface by accident, simple dish soap and water will clean the area if caught before the oil has had time to dry. Otherwise, we recommend a citrus solvent cleaner. If you have any questions, there will be a representative of Intermountain Slurry Seal on the job site.
Please note: Emergency Response Vehicles will always have the right of way. If you have a specific medical access need or require contractor access, please contact Alex Montes at (775) 685-6709 who can directly assist you in coordinating access. He will be on-site for Intermountain while work is occurring.