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.
There are currently no major Road Construction projects managed by the City at this time.
A note on future Citywide Slurry Seal projects for residential streets. As of November 2020, there is approximately 55% of residential streets that remain to be slurry sealed. The City is in the process of completing a pavement condition analysis project that will provide valuable data about all road surfaces in the City. This data will be used to determine the residential streets that will be included in the next Slurry project expected to begin in October 2021. Approximately 50% of the streets remaining will be included in this project, which will likely include streets that are in critical need of a slurry application. The remaining streets will be completed in 2023.
The City will then implement a Slurry program that will rotate sections of the City every 1-2 years and ensure that all residential streets maintained by the City will have a fresh application of slurry every 6-7 years.