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Posted on: May 2, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Arroyo Verde Subdivision Maintenance Notice

STREET-REPAIR

The City of Schertz will be performing street maintenance in the Arroyo Verde Subdivision beginning May 14. Streets will be CLOSED during the maintenance project. Reference the map below for road closures. This project will help to significantly extend the life of asphalt streets. The benefits of this maintenance include higher property values, smoother and safer driving, and reduced costs to the community in future upkeep.


PLEASE TURN OFF ALL OUTSIDE SPRINKLERS FOR 24 HOURS BEFORE, DURING AND 24 HOURS AFTER WORK IS COMPLETE

WHERE DO I PARK MY CAR?

While your road is closed, you may park on the street in any open area outside of the work zone. No vehicles will be allowed on the newly treated road surfaces until the road is reopened. Please do not park within 50 feet of any road being worked on.

WHAT IF MY CAR IS PARKED ON A ROAD THAT IS CLOSED?

We will begin work at 7:00 A.M. and vehicles will be allowed to exit the area up until 7:30 A.M. The streets being treated will be closed for 24-36 hours. If your vehicle is on a street that will be blocked by adjacent surfacing work, it will have to remain until the work is complete. If your vehicle is on the street when work begins, it will have to be towed to the end of the area.

WHAT IF I DRIVE ON THE ROAD WHILE CLOSED?

Please do not attempt to drive on the road while it is closed as this may cause damage to your vehicle and several thousands of dollars of damage to the newly treated surface. Schertz or ANDALE CONSTRUCTION IS NOT responsible for damage to your vehicle or to the newly treated road surface. In the event of an emergency, emergency vehicles will never be stopped.


Frequently Asked Questions:


Q: What will we do on trash day?

A: We have talked with Republic Services and your trash service will not be interrupted.


Q: How will we get our mail, FEDEX and UPS packages?

A: We have talked with the postal service and you will receive your mail and packages as normal.


Q: How will this affect the school bus service?

A: We have talked with the school’s transportation department and no morning route will be interrupted.


Q: How will the shuttle system work?

A: You should be able to park within walking distance of your home. If assistance is needed with transport between your home and vehicle, please call (830)-481-5611 between the hours of 7:30am and 6:00pm.


Q: How will this affect any landscaping work?
A: Please hold off on any landscape work while road work is being performed and turn off sprinkler systems during and 24 hours after the road is treated.


Q: How will this affect emergency vehicles?
A: Emergency vehicles will be able to access any home in the neighborhood 24 hours a day.


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IF WEATHER CAUSES A HALT TO THE PROJECT, YOUR STREETS MAY BE REQUIRED TO BE CLOSED AT A LATER DATE. IF THIS HAPPENS, YOU WILL RECEIVE ANOTHER NOTICE.


We ask for your cooperation during the process, and in return you will receive an improved road surface. 

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