Chip and Sealing of Sedalia Streets Continues During the Week of July 31st
The City of Sedalia will continue the chip and seal project on city streets on Monday, July 31.
A press release from the City of Sedalia says, that due to equipment downtime during the week of July 24th, some streets that were planned to be completed this week, have been moved to the week of July 31.
The following list provides the streets where chip and seal is planned
Monday, July 31
W. 32nd St. from Highway B to the west City Limits
Highland Ave. between Southwest Blvd. and Skyline Dr.
Tuesday, Aug. 1
Buckingham Dr. from Downing Ln. to 32nd St.
Cunningham Dr. from W. 32nd St. to the dead end
Cunningham Ct. from Cunningham Dr. to the dead end
Downing Ln. from Cunningham Dr. to Buckingham Dr.
Buckingham Ct. from Downing Ln. to the dead end
Wednesday, Aug. 2
W. 28th St. from Jerome Dr. to S. Grand Ave.
Douglas Lane from S. Stewart Ave. to the dead end
Gregory Lane from W. 28th St. to S. Stewart Ave.
Jerome Dr. from W. 28th St. to Douglas Ln.
Keith Allen Dr. from W. 28th St. to Douglas Ln.
S. Quincy Ave. from W. 24th St. to W. 28th St.
S. Stewart Ave. from W. 24th St. to W. 28th St.
S. Stewart Ave. from W. 28th St. to W. 32nd St.
Thursday, Aug. 3
W. 10th St. from Thompson Blvd. to Winchester Dr.
W. 10th St. from Winchester Dr. to So. Mitchell Rd.
S. Mitchell Rd. from 10th St. to Leroy Vandyke Ave.
Devin Dr. from W.16th St. to Brianna Blvd.
Brianna Blvd. from S. Thompson Blvd. to Stone Creek Dr.
Stone Creek Dr. from Brianna Blvd. to W. 16th St.
The City is encouraging motorists to find alternate routes on the day work is scheduled for a specific street, or to plan for additional time to arrive at their destinations, as periodic lane closures will occur.
Chip and seal places a coating of road oil on the existing city street followed by a layer
of fine crushed rock or “chips”. The layer of crushed chips including some loose chips
remain on the street to prevent “bleeding” through of the road oil to other surfaces, such as vehicles. The remaining loose chips are later swept up, within 7 to 10 days, which is dependent on weather conditions and equipment availability, according to the press release.
For more information, call the Public Works Department at 827-3000.