City of SC Slurry Sealing in Talega

Here is the City’s schedule for the slurry sealing street in the Talega area:

Wednesday, October 13:

Via Suerte (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half or outside lanes, then inside lanes)

Calle Campanero (Via Suerte to Paseo Luna, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half)

Calle Altea (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half)


Thursday, October 14:

Via Suerte (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half or outside lanes, then inside lanes)

Calle Campanero (Via Suerte to Paseo Luna, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half)

Calle Altea (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half)


Friday, October 15:

Camino La Pedriza (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half or outside lanes, then inside lanes)


Saturday, October 16:

Camino La Pedriza (one half street width, two-way traffic maintained on opposite half or outside lanes, then inside lanes)

Ave. Talega (outside lanes between Campanero and Ave. Vista Hermosa)

Ave. Talega (outside lanes between Ave. Vista Hermosa and Calle Saluda)

Calle Portofino (Ave. Talega to end of public maintained street)


Tuesday, October 19:

Camino Celosia and Calle Avanzado


Friday, October 22:

Ave. La Pata (Calle Saluda to northern City limit)


Saturday, October 23:

Ave. Talega (Vista Hermosa to Calle Campanero)

Ave. Talega (Vista Hermosa to Calle Saluda)

Calle Portofino (Ave. Talega to end of lubic street)


Monday, October 25:

Ave. La Pata (Calle Saluda to northern City limit)


Tuesday, October 26:

Camino Celosia and Calle Avanzado

If weather delays the project, the schedules will be adjusted and I will let you know the changes. The method of slurry seal traffic control will be dependent on the exact street widths, so we may slurry outside lanes first, then inside lanes later, so traffic can be maintained throughout the day as we seal the streets. Access to side streets will always be maintained by using windows to allow access, then slurry sealing the window the next day or so afterward. We will also be posting the streets for Temporary No Parking two days before slurry sealing. I noticed a lot of cars are parked on Calle Altea, so we will need to make sure those cars get moved off the street by their owners so we won’t have to have them towed.