Sierra Vista chip seal project may bring traffic delays - Tucson News Now

Sierra Vista chip seal project may bring traffic delays

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Sierra Vista residential streets will be chip sealed in a two-week project, beginning Wednesday, June 19.

The original start date for the maintenance was set for June 6 but material supply difficulties postponed the work, according to a news release.

The following are the streets to be completed:

Snyder Boulevard (from State Route 90 to Ave. Del Sol)                  

Paseo Arruza (from Foothills Drive to Via Viento)                               

Paseo La Paz (from Paseo San Luis to Paseo Arruza)                      

Via Cabrillo (from Foothills to south cul-de-sac)                                  

Plaza Dominguin                                                                                        

Via Riata (from Snyder to Paseo Arruza)                                             

Paseo Olivera (from Paseo San Luis to Via Viento)                           

Cottonwood Drive (from Quail Hollow to Cholla) Paseo                    

Catalina Drive (from Tacoma to Cottonwood)                                        

Quail Hollow Drive (from 7th Street to Cholla Drive)                            

Calle Gardinia (from El Camino Real to north termination)               

Calle Rosa                                                                                                  

Park Circle                                                                                                   

Graham Avenue (from Tacoma to Taylor)                                            

Buckhorn Drive                                                                                         

Buckhorn Circle

Officials with the city say residents will receive more detailed information about dates and times of the work in their neighborhood.

There may be traffic delays when traffic is restricted to one lane in each direction in workzones.

For more information, call the City of Sierra Vista's Engineering Division at (520) 458-5775 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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