**This post has been updated to reflect the new work schedule due to rain delays.
The Frisco Public Works Department and a third party streets contractor will be working on paving projects on streets throughout the Town of Frisco starting Thursday, August 19, 2021. This will have an impact on traffic and parking in those areas. All operations and related closures will be signed several days prior. Residents are being asked to plan ahead as these crews perform the necessary work and are thanked in advance for their patience during these three days of vital street work.
Hawn Drive Mill & Overlay
- Milling (a process of removing road material) will take place on Thursday, August 19 and Friday, August 20, 2021
- Paving will take place on Monday, August 23, 2021
- There will be limited access and parking restrictions while crews are working, and traffic will be detoured onto the south side of the Hawn Drive loop.
- Traffic control will be in place during these three days.
- Hawn Drive will remain open through the weekend to all traffic.
Slurry Seal on Town Streets
Slurry seal is a thin asphalt overlay / seal coat that will fill in small cracks and surface imperfections to give the roadway a uniform color and texture.
Friday, August 20, 2021 (shown in purple on the linked map)
- South Rose Crown Circle
- Rose Crown Lane
- Primrose Place
- Mountain Poppy Way
- Highwood Terrace
- 6th Ave (North of Galena) and 6th Ave Court
- Teller St (Madison to 4th Ave)
- 3rd Ave from Frisco to Pitkin
- Frisco Street (4th to 5th Ave)
- 6th Ave (Teller Alley to McKee’s Way)
- Hunter’s Circle (North side)
- Bill’s Ranch Road (6th -7th Ave)
Tuesday, August 24, 2021 (Shown in blue on the linked map)
- Lupine Lane
- Rose Crown Circle
- 3rd Ave (Teller Alley to Frisco Street)
- Frisco Street (Juniper to 4th Ave and 5th Ave to 8th Ave)
- Hunter’s Circle (south side)
- McKee’s Way (6th to 7th Ave)
- Bill’s Ranch Road (5th to 6th Ave)
- Each section of road will be closed to all traffic except emergency vehicles for four to six hours, while the crews work and the material dries.
- Parking will be allowed on the surrounding streets while road closures are in place. Any vehicles within the work area will be towed at the owner’s expense.
- For residents directly affected by these closures, crews will knock on each door to notify residents of impending road closures and give them the option to move their vehicles.
For questions related to milling and overlay on Hawn Drive, please email Town of Frisco Streets Foreman, Jeff McEniry.
For questions related to the slurry sealing throughout Town, please contact Jairo Vazquez, project manager for A-One Chip Seal, at 303-591-4685.