Frisco warns of street closures during late summer roadwork beginning July 21

Roads and parking areas in Frisco will experience closures in late July and early August as crews work on resurfacing projects beginning July 21. Frisco Public Works Department and third-party contractors will conduct paving projects in the town center along Main Street and slurry seal projects across town, Frisco announced in a news release.

Town staff said asphalt milling and repaving will take place beginning July 21 in the core area of Frisco on the avenues north and south of Main Street — including First, Second, Fifth, Sixth and Seventh avenues — from Granite to Galena streets. After milling is completed, repaving is expected to begin Aug. 1, town staff said.

During that time, drivers should expect limited access to streets and parking while crews are working, and the most reliable and convenient all-day parking will be at the dirt lot Granite Street and Third Avenue.

Crews will also lay slurry seal, a coating meant to fill small cracks and surface imperfections, on Aug. 5 and 6 along the following roadways:  Alpine Drive and Alpine Court, Aspen Drive, 9000 Divide, Emily Lane and Emily Lane Court, Galena Street, Lagoon Drive, Lake Point Circle, Meadow Creek Drive, Pitkin Street, and North Fifth Avenue from Galena Alley to Galena Street.

The contractor will lay slurry seal on one direction of the roadway the first day and then do the opposing side of the street the following day to minimize traffic restraints. Roadways can reopen three to four hours after the seal is applied.

The town said all operations and related closures will be signed several days prior. Residents are asked to plan ahead.

Any questions related to milling, paving and slurry seal projects may be directed to town of Frisco Streets Department Supervisor, Landon Sengelman, at

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