Roads within Bastrop’s downtown, Tahitian Village and Hunters Crossing are among those scheduled to receive high density mineral bond pavement preservation treatment this spring.

The treatment extends the life of asphalt streets, lasting two to three times longer than seal coats, officials said.

Following a November vote to redistribute a portion of sale tax funds to road work, the project is part of the city's new approach to roadway maintenance.

What to expect

Weather permitting, roadwork will take place 7 a.m.-7 p.m. from April 29-June 15.

Cars parked on streets the day they are scheduled to be treated will be towed. Residents with limited mobility can call the Holbrook Asphalt Office at 435-652-4427 to coordinate accommodations.

Looking forward

Resurfacing projects represent the city’s work to repair and rehabilitate the roads. The new transportation impact fee will fund new roads such as Blakely Lane and Agnes Street.

Residents are also asked not to schedule deliveries during their street’s closure. Amazon and the U.S. Postal Service have been informed of the city’s road work schedule.