The next phase of the city of Roswell’s street paving maintenance began on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Micro-surfacing will be applied to locations that were recently hot-recycled.
The micro-surfacing, which provides a seal and friction course to the hot-recycled pavement, will begin on South Main Street between Jaffa and Wells streets, according to a press release issued by the city.
The contractor expects this section to take about seven days to complete. During the project, there will be lane closures and some intersection closures as the work progresses.
Future micro-surfacing will take place on sections of West Alameda Street, Sycamore Avenue and North Washington Avenue, according to the press release.
Motorists are asked to slow down and remain aware of the paving operations.