Canyon Hills Road and Ginseng Lane Pavement Rehabilitation Project

Project Description:

The work comprises, but is not limited to:  Mobilization; Traffic Control; selective 2-inch grind and 2-inch AC overlay; 1.5-inch full-width grind and overlay; crack seal; application of Type 2 conventional slurry; and restoration of striping, pavement markings, and legends.

Depending on the existing condition and needs of a street, the repair work may consist of the following: 

  1. Removal by grinding small pavement sections and overlaying deteriorated asphalt pavement (patch work);
  2. Removal by grinding full-width sections and overlaying asphalt pavement;
  3. Crack sealing; and
  4. Slurry sealing over the entire pavement.

Slurry sealing is a preventative maintenance process that is designed to prolong the life of the asphalt surface and avoid the development of potholes.  


The following streets and limits are included in this project:

  1. Canyon Hills Road – From Carbon Canyon Road to Spring Creek Way; and 
  2. Ginseng Lane – From Carbon Canyon Road to End (approximately 350 feet east of Carbon Canyon Road).

Current Construction Activities:

This project is complete.

Construction Timeframe:

25 working days

Project Contact:

Fe Rama, Senior Engineer
Phone: 909-364-2776

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