The Town of Paradise Valley will have a contractor resurfacing the streets that were not resurfaced in your neighborhood in 2018 due to the SRP Kiem Utility Undergrounding Project. The Town of Paradise Valley will do a full 1½-inch mill (the entire width of the roadways) and place a 1½-inch asphalt overlay.
The process for resurfacing the street is as follows:
Milling – grinding an inch and half of the existing asphalt, full width of the roadway and at intersections to match existing asphalt grades. The street will not be closed during this process. You will have limited access until the road is milled. All vehicles must be off the street during the day your street is scheduled.
Resurfacing – applying a coat of tack oil, applying an inch and half new asphalt to the surface of the roadway and compacting it by rolling the surface. The street will be done in two phases. One side of the street will be done at a time. Access will be limited while the new pavement cures and/or machinery is around your residence. Access will only be allowed for extreme emergencies.
Utility adjustments – cutting the new asphalt, raising the manholes or valve covers to the new surface height, and then filling them with black colored concrete. Areas will be barricaded off to protect the concrete until it cures. You will be able to access your residence during this procedure. Use caution driving around the barricaded areas.
Work will start on 6/14/19 and continue until completion. See map below for the streets affected in your area.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Steve Cupchak at (602) 763-5399 or Jerry Cooper at 480-348-3589