Street Division Updates

CHIP SEAL UPDATES
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The City of Nampa’s Street Division will begin chip sealing streets Tues., June 1, 2021 and is estimated to be completed by the end of August, weather permitting.

Chip sealing is a common, cost effective, pavement maintenance practice that extends pavement life and improves driving surface. Chip sealing is about one-fourth to one-fifth the cost of a conventional asphalt overlay. 

This year, 11 arterial road sections and 15 subdivisions will be chip sealed. Arterials will be chip sealed before subdivisions with the first arterial road being Sunny Ridge Road at East Holly Street from Greenhurst to Colorado, followed by Constitution Way from Sunny Ridge Road to 12th Avenue. (A complete list is located below; see attached brochure for map.) Staff hopes to complete chipping, fog sealing, paint and thermoplastic applications by the end of August.

Important reminders for drivers and residents:

  • The speed zone in chip zones areas is 20 mph.
  • Please help keep workers safe. Be mindful of crews working in chip seal areas.
  • Parking on streets during the chip seal process is prohibited from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Once signage is removed, street parking may be resumed. Every attempt will be made to notify owners of vehicles parked in the right-of-way prior to towing
To view the full brochure, click here. 

FOG SEAL UPDATE

July 12, 2021
Fog Seal Begins
Roads Completed:
  • Constitution
  • Hawaii
  • Amity
  • Colorado to Holly 
  • S Holly St from E Roosevelt Ave down to E Greenhurst
  • E Colorado from Holly to S Powerline Rd
  • Discovery Pointe #1 & #3
  • Smith Ave
  • Middleton Rd
  • Lonestar W of Middleton W to city limits
  • Schomburg Place Sub
  • Sterling Meadows Sub 
  • Lake Lowell form Middleton W to city limits
  • Roosevelt from Middleton to City limits
  • Granite Basin Sub
  • Stillwater Sub
  • Heritage Pointe Sub
  • All of S Blaine
  • All of Lone Star
  • All of Roosevelt

July 22, 2021

Today the crew completed:
  • S Blaine
  • Rest of Lone Star and Roosevelt
Monday, the crew will start fog sealing cul-de-sacs in Laurel Wood and Lotus Springs. 

Note: We are asking not to park on the street as the sweepers will need to sweep up all loose chips. Once fog seal is complete, street parking can resume. Striping and thermo will start after fog seal.