The City will begin making asphalt repairs Monday as part of a street resurfacing project that will help extend the life of and improve more than 160 Mission Viejo streets.
The roughly $5 million project, fueled by Gas Tax and Measure M funds, will resurface all public residential streets between La Paz Road and Los Alisos Boulevard, east of Marguerite Parkway.
The asphalt repair work entails patching poor sections of pavement and sealing cracks in anticipation of the resurfacing work that begins Aug. 15.
The City’s contractor will mail residents general project notices in the next week or so and post door-hanger notices in neighborhoods two days before streets are closed for resurfacing. During repairs, “no parking” signs will be posted, but streets will remain open to traffic. A street will be closed to traffic only on the day it is resurfaced. Motorists can expect some short traffic delays during the project.
In an effort to keep the public informed, the City will post project information and maps at www.cityofmissionviejo.org before Aug. 15.