City to Begin Seal Coating Streets Monday - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/7/07

City to Begin Seal Coating Streets Monday

The city is asking for your cooperation as they begin seal coating on various Lubbock streets Monday.

On Monday and Tuesday the City of Lubbock Street Department will begin work at:

  • 80th Street from the I-27 access road to Avenue N.
  • Avenue J from 80th Street to 81st Street.
  • Avenue L from 80th Street to 82nd Street.
  • 81st Street from the cul-de-sac east of Avenue J to Avenue N

The city asks you not to park any cars on these streets from 7:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. or until the work is finished.

Once crews finish these streets, they are expected to move to another set of streets.

  • 77th street from Avenue S to the cul-de-sac east of Avenue Q
  • 78th and 79th Streets from Avenue Q to the cul-de-sacs east of Avenue Q
  • 75th and 76th Streets from the cul-de-sac west of Red Springs to Quanah Avenue
  • Avenues R, S and P from 77th Street to 79th Street
  • Red Springs from 76th Street to 75th Street

The city warns inclement weather and possible equipment problems could slow their progress.

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