Road Reseal Program 2017/18
Wagga Wagga City Council undertakes its reseal program throughout summer and early spring each year.
What is resealing?
Resealing is a common preventative road maintenance technique where a new coat of bitumen and stone/aggregate is applied over an existing surface.
Wagga Wagga City Council's annual reseal program extends the life of local roads by:
- Increasing the surface texture for better tyre friction
- Sealing cracks in the existing surface to protect the pavement beneath from moisture
- Preventing the existing surface from further oxidisation (UV degradation)
- Maintains the surface to a good condition
The 2017/18 roads reseal program will focus on roads across 12 suburbs and some rural areas. The program starts in January and will run for three months.
A total of $1.5M will be spent resealing 30km of road from Lake Albert to Glenfield, Tolland to Kooringal and many more in between. About 10 rural roads are also included in the 2017/18 program.
In preparation for the reseal, stage maintenance works have been carried out on a number of streets. This preparation work ensures the best surface is available for the reseal.
2017/18 Upcoming works
14 March: Brooklyn Drive, Waverly Place, Tarandi Place, Bulgary Place, Bourkelands Drive
15 March: Patamba Street, Banool Place, Neerim Place, Horsley Street
16 March: Gordon Close, Gibbs Close, Loru Close, Amaroo Street, Barwon Place
2017/18 Previous works
Brooklyn Drive, Bourkelands Drive, Wilgoma Street, Amaroo Street, Horsley Street, Kimberley Drive, Atherton Crescent, Depazzi Place, Evangelist Avenue, Clare Avenue, Angela Road, Blackbutt Road, Silverwood Road, Redwood Road, Birch Road,Sycamore Road, Langi Crescent, Darri Street, Gidgee Place, Yentoo Drive, Womboin Crescent, Willang Crescent, Tikki Place, Kamaroo Court, Charleville Road, Karoom Drive, Tura Place, Lakehaven Drive, Depazzi Place
Additional streets/locations will be listed here as they are scheduled. Scheduling is subject to weather conditions and contractor availabilities. Residents will be advised by letter box drop conducted by Council's contractor of upcoming works and changed traffic conditions.