Chip Sealing Begins In June
Weather permitting the City of Nampa Street Division will begin to chip seal streets on Monday, June 2, 2014. Drivers will want to reduce speeds during the chip sealing process and avoid parking on the street when they receive notice of chip sealing in their area. Thank you for your patience.
Chip sealing is a common pavement maintenance practice that significantly extends pavement life. Chip sealing also saves the City money, it is about one-fourth to one-fifth the cost of a conventional asphalt overlay.
This year the Street Division will chip and fog seal approximately 13 miles of City streets in the following order.
Map of 2014 pavement work.
When sweeping is complete the Street Division will fog seal all of the chip sealed roads. Finally, after fog sealing, roads will be painted.
We are still in the process of painting . The goal is to be finished by the end of next week. Crews are working nights so please be cautious as they are in the roadway. The Street Division appreciates your patience. Thank you.
The Street Division has a staff of 23 and is responsible for the maintenance of 369 miles of City streets, 57 traffic signals, 9,758 traffic signs and 4,300 street lights. Maintenance activities include chip and fog sealing, striping centerlines and crosswalks, removing snow and ice, and servicing traffic signals and street lights. The Division also pumps excessive storm water, and cleans sand and grease traps in storm water catch basins.
Roads Master Awards
Jeff Azevedo, Lucio Rodriguez, and Junior Siciliano have been awarded the Roads Master Certificate of Completion for fiscal year 2014. The Road Master program is an intense training program consisting of several courses focusing on street maintenance. The program is hosted by the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council (LHTAC) and T2. Congratulations!
Don BarrStreet SuperintendentEmail106 W. Railroad St.Nampa, ID 83651Ph: (208) 468-5831Fx: (208) 318-0012Staff Directory