Matanzas Woods Parkway Arterial Road Resurfacing Project Set to Begin

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Starting on June 26th, 2023, the milling and resurfacing of Matanzas Woods Parkway will begin. This is set to be the first of five resurfacing projects that has been approved by the Palm Coast City Council. This resurfacing project will major thoroughfares throughout the City enhanced for better quality and roadway conditions.

Resurfacing and milling the roadways are crucial steps in road maintenance that will help enhance quality as well as durability of the road surfaces. Milling is the removal of the top layer of existing pavement and resurfacing is the application of a new layer of asphalt which creates a smoother and safer experience for all motorists.

Five major roadways are set to be resurfaced this year:

Matanzas Woods Parkway from US-1 to I-95

East Hampton Blvd from end-to-end

Belle Terre Blvd from south SR-100 to US-1

Sesame Blvd from end-to-end

Seminole Woods Parkway from south of SR-100 to US-1

Starting June 26th, Matanzas Woods Parkways will see daily closures between US-1 and I-95. These closures will be occurring between the hours of 7am and 6pm Monday through Friday. This may cause traffic flow issues and delays.

The milling and resurfacing project is being led by P&S Paving and is expected to last roughly 3-4 weeks. There will be extensive base repairs to the help with road stability and structure. The public will be informed of any updates or changes as the information becomes available.

You can access real-time updates and information on road closures by visiting this map here.

 

By Krys DeWind

Krys DeWind has been a Flagler County resident since 2016. She is active in her community and is always looking for ways to better it. She has a community first attitude which is one of the central founding ideals of the Flagler County Buzz.

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