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Annual street sealcoating to start Friday in San Angelo

The maintenance project could take four to six weeks to be completed.
Credit: Adriana Alexander

SAN ANGELO, Texas — San Angelo homeowners in select areas are currently being asked to remove their cars from the streets in preparation for the city's yearly sealcoating maintenance program. 

The program is being completed by contractor CK Newberry LLC and is set to begin July 22.

Sealcoating could last anywhere between four to six weeks according to the City of San Angelo, and it is important to remove vehicles to avoid the possibility of any unpaved areas.

Roads affected by the maintenance include the following: 

  • Southland area from Ridgecrest north to Loop 306
  • Country Club Lake Estates
  • Las Lomas Estates
  • Country Club Road, Grand Canal Road, Templin Road, Ranch Lane, Wrangler Lane
  • Ben Ficklin Road from Country Club Road to Loop 306, The Crossings, South Crossings Court
  • Fort Concho Area south of the river to Ave. G

All vehicles still on these roads during maintenance will be towed and relocated by Home Motors, and the City will cover any and all charges.

The sealcoating process involves adding a thin asphalt layer to the road to avoid damage and moisture while also trying to stop the possibility of potholes forming. 

Go to cosatx.us/departments-services/public-works/street-projects-and-general-information for more information. 

   

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