Nine streets to receive treatment to improve driving surface and extend road life.
Pavement restoration work will begin Monday on certain city streets. Work will take place in segments from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day through Friday.
Streets scheduled for maintenance are as follows:
- Lake Road, from W.S. Young Drive to Windward Drive
- Florence Road, from Hallmark Avenue to Elms Road
- Fowler Avenue, from Florence Road to Trimmier Road
- Bacon Ranch Road, from Trimmier Road to Little Nolan Road
- Little Nolan Road, from Bacon Ranch Road to W.S. Young Drive
- Aspen Drive, from Teal Drive to Rosewood Drive
- Fawn Drive, from Chantz Drive to Rosewood Drive
- Malmaison Road
- West Avenue E, from Fort Hood Street to College Street
Affected properties will receive direct notification prior to work beginning on their streets. Specific instructions for accessing properties and roadways during and after the project will be provided.
Pavement restoration is preventative maintenance that extends the life of the road. A substance called Reclamite is applied to the asphalt and is absorbed filling small holes and pits to restore the asphalt’s durability. This treatment smooths the driving surface and is estimated to extend the pavement service life by up to four years.
City Council approved a contract with Pavement Restoration, Inc. in May in the amount of $204,488.27 with funds allocated in the street maintenance budget for the current fiscal year.
All motorists should exercise caution while in the work areas, observe signage and plan alternate routes if possible.
The City of Killeen apologizes for inconveniences caused by this work and appreciates your cooperation as we improve these roadways.