City street crews began repaving Clyde Street from Perkins to Girard on Monday.
The crews will remove old asphalt, shape the street and repave it in a project taking three to four weeks. Crews will work around the school schedule at the new Crockett Elementary opening in January.
The project is part of minor reconstruction of 8.05 lane miles of streets this fiscal year. The department maintains more than 271 total lane miles in San Marcos.
Streets that are being resurfaced in 2007-2008 include Alabama, Roosevelt, Cheatham from C.M. Allen to Guadalupe, Clyde from Perkins to Girard, High Street, Hummingbird, Laurel Lane from Alta Vista to Quail Creek, Perkins from Franklin to Hazelton, Quail Creek, Weatherford, and Wilson from San Antonio to Faris.
For information, contact the Public Works Department at 512-393-8036.Email | Print