This summer, the City of Mukilteo will be launching its slurry seal program to resurface more than 5 centerline miles of residential streets in the Kamiak and Beverly Park neighborhoods and over a half mile of streets in the City of Edmonds. A slurry seal significantly extends the life of our streets and helps lower the cost of future maintenance by protecting the underlying surface—keeping our streets structurally sound and safe. The slurry seal is a mixture of water, asphalt emulsion, and course sand that we apply to the surface of existing pavement.
What’s happening now?
Prior to applying the slurry seal, we will repair and patch damaged areas of pavement, and seal any cracks. This early work begins Monday, June 4. Those on affected streets will see “No Parking” signs go up on Sunday, June 3, and will receive flyers from the contractor with more details about this early work. You will have access to your driveway.
Crews are expected to complete this early crack sealing work by Wednesday, June 6. Pavement repair work will follow in the coming weeks. We will be posting more information soon, including maps of the affected streets.
Please contact us with questions:
City of Mukilteo, Project Manager
Perteet, Inc., Site Manager