Road Construction & Public Works Projects

The City of Murrieta's Engineering, Public Works and Traffic Engineering divisions all strive to keep Murrieta residents informed. Whether you're rushing the kids off to school, running errands, or making your daily commute, we understand that it is important to know about current projects and road conditions before heading out. Check this page often for up-to-date information on city road projects.

2019 Citywide Slurry Seal Project

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Project Scope: On approximately 19 million square feet (approximately 50% of all residential* streets in the city limits of Murrieta) of City-maintained residential streets repair minor pavement defects with asphalt patching, apply crack seal to cracks on pavement, remove traffic striping and pavement markers, apply Type I Rubber Polymer Modified Slurry to pavement, then reapply traffic striping and pavement markers.

Cost: $3,136,458

Funding Source: Measure A and Gas Tax funds

Approvals: City Council to award contract to selected vendor at October 15, 2019 Council Meeting

Project Start: Fall 2019

Project Duration: 4-6 Months, depending on weather

Contractor: American Asphalt South, 1-800-678-4007

American Asphalt South Project Manager: Jeff Petty, 

City Project Manager: Brian Crawford, 951-461-6047,

**Overall Project Map with Shaded Month Schedule & Street List: Click Here

*The City only applies slurry seal to residential streets. Residential streets that are private, or in gated communities, or are otherwise non-conforming to City residential street standards are not maintained by the City and will not be included in the scope of this slurry seal project.

**No requests to add or remove streets to the current project will be accepted. The intent is to include the remaining 50% of City-maintained residential streets in the 2021 Citywide Slurry Seal project, and then divide all residential streets into approximately 4 sectors that will be placed on a rotation of smaller slurry projects that will be completed every 2 years. This will result in a slurry seal being applied to all eligible streets on a consistent schedule every 5-7 years.


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  • All schedules are subject to change. 
  • Due to the number of different variables that impact scheduling, schedules for the project will be released 1 to 2 weeks at a time. All residents will receive at LEAST 72 hours advanced notice via NO PARKING signs placed on streets to receive slurry and door hanger notices that will be hand delivered. 
  • NO streets will be added without advanced notification. However, streets can be removed, and rescheduled for a later date, due to inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances. NO PARKING signs will be removed if the slurry application of a street has been postponed and streets will be rescheduled several weeks out and residents will be notified again of the date their street will receive slurry.

Slurry Schedule Maps

Date RangeArea DescriptionLink to Maps
01/13/20 - 01/17/20South of MHS Rd in vicinity of Date & Margarita; west of Whitewood Rd.Click Here
01/21/20 - 01/24/20South of MHS Rd in vicinity of Date & Margarita; west of Whitewood Rd. Vicinity of Robert Trent Jones.
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01/25/20 - 01/31/20NOTE: Includes Saturday work around select school sites throughout City. Area east of Alta Murrieta will require multiple days due to current condition of road surface. 
Maps include small segments in areas of Hunter Rd and Margarita & Date; extensive work in neighborhood east of Alta Murrieta & north of MHS.  
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California Oaks Road Rehabilitation Project

Map of California Oaks Rehabilitation Project

Project Scope: Rehabilitation of two miles of California Oaks Road from Interstate-15 to Clinton Keith Road. The rehabilitation will include utilizing Cold In-Place Recycling (“CIR”) which grinds the existing asphalt pavement, crushes the material, injects asphalt emulsion and additives, and repaves the rejuvenated asphalt. The process is environmentally friendly by re-utilizing existing materials and eliminating hundreds of truck trips. The CIR process is followed by the installation of a two-inch hot-mix asphalt cap layer, along with the re-installation of traffic loop detectors and striping.

Cost: $1,945,690

Funding Source: SB1 Roadway Maintenance and Rehabilitation

Approvals: City Council awarded contract to Hardy & Harper, Inc., at the September 17, 2019 Council meeting.

Project Start: October 2019

Project Duration: 3 Months

Project Manager: Jeff Hitch,