Numerous Roads Chip Sealed Throughout the City

SEGUIN, Texas – The City of Seguin Public Works Department has been very busy this year to improve numerous city streets with chip seal. “Chip Sealing” extends pavement life and provides a good driving surface. This process also helps lessen the deterioration of our city streets. The following streets have been chip sealed this year:

- N. Moss - Walnut to Court
- Delany – Walnut to Court
- N. Leonard – Court to the cul-de-sac
- W. Shelby – S. Guadalupe to the dead-end
- Eastwood – FM 466 to Elmwood
- Elmwood – Eastwood to Court
- Live Oak – Guadalupe to Goodrich
- Convent – Guadalupe to Goodrich
- Westgate – FM 1620 to Hwy 78

The following streets have been stabilized and chip sealed this year:

- Willmann – Hwy 123 to the county line
- Friesenhahn Rd. – FM 1620 to the dead-end
- Highpoint Rd. – Friesenhahn Rd. to the dead-end

“Chip sealing is a cost-effective way to maintain the City’s streets and saves significant dollars on future repair costs,” said Public Works Director John Donnelly. “Chip sealing puts a coating of asphalt oil and fine crushed rock over the existing pavement to protect the street surface from water and weather damage, and to keep the roads in good condition,” he said.

Additional streets that are scheduled for chip sealing in fiscal year 2020 include:

- Pebble Beach - Champions to River Oak
- Cherry Hill - Pebble Beach to River Oak
- Taft - Austin to the dead-end
- David - Austin to Pecan
- Erkel - Court to Miller
- Wurzbach - Jefferson to Johnson
- Saunders - Nelda to Jefferson
- Mitchell - Guadalupe to Stranton
- Kathy - Eastwood to Gloria
- Sunbelt - Hwy. 90 to the drainage boxes
- Wallace - Court to Jefferson
- Moore - Court to Jefferson
- McKee - Guadalupe to Saunders
- Sunbelt Loop E. to Sunbelt Loop S.
- Sunbelt Loop W. to the dead-end
- Sunbelt Loop S. between Sunbelt Loop East to West
- Patricia Park Court - Sunbelt Loop to the dead-end

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