Streets to Close for Slurry Seal Repair Work
From Tuesday through Friday, crews will repair deteriorated streets in Vienna
Beginning Tuesday, the Town of Vienna's Department of Public Works will begin slurry seal repairs on various streets in town.
Crews will begin work on Paris Court first, then move to Ceret Court, the 600 and 700 blocks of Hillcrest Drive, Oak Vale Court, Westview Court and Upham Place throughout the rest of the week.
Weather permitting, work will begin Tuesday and end Friday.
Vehicles cannot drive on the surface for at least three hours after the slurry seal has been applied.
Slurry seal is a "water-based, emulsified asphalt and stone dust mixture" spread over the street surface to repair deterioration, such as cracking, potholes, divots or ruts, according to the town website. The seal protects the street from water penetration and improves skid resistance.
Using slurry seal adds an estimated seven to 10 years before a street would need to be replaced or resurfaced.
For questions about the project, residents can call the Department of Public Works at 703-255-6380.
This article has been corrected to show Oak Vale Court will have slurry seal repairs this week. Incorrect information was provided.