Slurry Seal Project Information

Welcome to the Slurry Seal Project Webpage for 2024. The project will consist of asphalt patching and the application of a slurry seal to the existing asphalt pavement. 

A slurry seal is a low-cost preventative maintenance treatment used to extend the life of a street in good condition and address minor defects. A slurry seal is a ½” layer applied on top of the existing asphalt surface by a paver and is a mixture of asphalt oil, small rock and other additives. The slurry seal process is very fast and streets are typically open to traffic within a few hours after application.

Please view the map below to see the areas that will be slurry sealed in 2024.

Please see Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the Slurry Seal Project below and if you have additional questions, please contact one of the team members listed or email Justin Horn at

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This is an example that shows the type of construction work that is conducted during slurry seal.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I do if my car gets towed?

If your car does get towed it will just be around the corner. You can call (605) 367-8600 to find the exact location of your vehicle. You are not charged if your car does get towed.

How long before I can drive on it?

You can typically drive straight on it after 3 hours. It is preferred that you wait 6 hours after application before you turn on the treated street.

When will you be on my street?

  • Door tags: Weather permitting, door tags will be hung the night before any slurry work is started.
  • Email, phone and text message alerts: Sign up for slurry seal alerts at
  • Interactive map: See which neighborhoods have been selected for slurry seal work, and where crews are working. (View the map in a new window

Interactive Map