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What is Pavement Preservation?
Pavement Preservation is a cost-effective way to maintain our roads. This program is designed to take direction through funding allocation from Pinal County and the Board of Supervisors. Such a program can vary annually depending on funding available. The overall goal is to have a long-term strategy that enhances pavement performance by having cost-effective practices and treatments to extend pavement life, improve safety and satisfy the needs of our motorists.

There Are Various Types of Treatments to Extend Pavement Life

Chip Seal - a preventive maintenance surface treatment entailing a single application of asphalt emulsion by a distributor followed by a cover aggregate applied by a chip spreader. The surface is then rolled to seat the aggregate.

Crack Seal - a preventive technique in which a crack is prepared cleaned, dried and a high quality sealant material is placed into cracks to prevent infiltration of water into the underlying pavement layers.
Fog Seal - a light application of diluted emulsion sprayed on an existing asphalt surface to enrich aging, weathered surfaces. Fog seals are also used to reduce chip loss on chip seals.

Slurry Seal - a preventive or corrective maintenance surface treatment composed of a mixture of aggregate, emulsified asphalt, mineral filler, additives and water. The slurry seal improves road surface texture and seals and protects the pavement.

Microsurfacing - a skid resistant surface treat-ment composed of a mixture of polymer modi-fied asphalt emulsion, well graded aggregate, mineral filler, water and other additives. Microsurfacing cures more quickly than slurry seal allowing for a thicker application.



Such treatments, plans, and progress 
may vary depending on funding available. 

The Pavement Preservation program listed below is sorted by the Pinal County Board of Supervisor Districts.* 


*All listings may be subject to change.

Pavement Preservation
collapse  District: 1 
LocationMaterialPlannedMap
Cody Loop Rd - Hobe Rd to Mt Lemmon HwyCrack Seal October '18View Map
Veterans Memorial Blvd - McNab Pkwy to San Manuel County ClubCrack SealOctober '18View Map
collapse  District: 4 
LocationMaterialPlannedMap
Catalina Hills Dr - SaddleBrooke Blvd to End of Public AccessCrack SealSeptember '18View Map
Eagle Crest Ranch Blvd - SR 77 to SaddleBrooke BlvdCrack SealSeptember/October '18View Map
Edwin Rd - Eagle Crest Ranch Blvd to Columbus AveCrack SealSeptember '18View Map
Lago del Oro Pkwy - Change of Width to Acacia Hills LnCrack SealSeptember/October '18View Map


  

Five Year Pavement Preservation Plan 
Information provided on these maps are intended for informational purposes only and may be subject to change without notice.

Pavement Rehabilitation 2017/2018 Pavement Rehabilitation 2018/2019
Pavement Rehabilitation 2019/2020 Pavement Rehabilitation 2020/2021
Pavement Rehabilitation 2021/2022
 Pavement Preservation

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