Paving Begins Next Week
For Immediate Release Thursday, August 07, 2014Updated paving schedule
Sponsored by: Department of Land Use & Transportation , Engineering & Construction Services DivisionUpdated paving schedule as of August 20:
- Terman Road (Terman to Murray-northbound): September 2 –3
- Alexander Street (170th to 185th): September 2 –5
- Alexander Street (185th to 209th): September 8 –9, 26 &29 –30
- Verboort Road (Cornelius-Schefflin to Martin): September 12, 15 –18
- Farmington Road (209th to 1340 feet east of Highway 219): October 3, 6 –10, 13 –14
- Tongue Lane (Highway 219 to Iowa Hill): October 13 –16
- Old Highway 47 (Scoggins Valley to 835 feet south): October 17, 20 –28
- Scoggins Valley Road (Highway 47 to West Shore): October 17, 20 –28
- Walker Road (VonNeumann to 185th) –April 2015
Paving crews under contract with Washington County's Department of Land Use & Transportation will begin paving work next week on a number of major county roads, starting with Park Way between Marlow and Cedar Hills. The county and its contractor, Baker Rock Resources, will work together to make sure traffic moves as smoothly and safely as possible through this necessary road maintenance work.
The following roads are scheduled to be paved:
- Park Way (Marlow to Cedar Hills): August 11 – 15
- Terman Road (Terman to Murray-northbound): August 26 - 28
- Alexander Street (170th to 185th): September 2 - 4
- Alexander Street (185th to 209th): September 8 – 11
- Verboort Road (Cornelius-Schefflin to Martin): September 10 – 18
- Farmington Road (209th to Hwy 219): September 22 – October 3
- Tongue Lane (Highway 219 to Iowa Hill): October 3 - 9
- Old Highway 47 (Scoggins Valley to 835 feet south): October 10 - 21
- Scoggins Valley Road (Highway 47 to West Shore): October 10 - 21
- Walker Road (VonNeumann to 185th): April 2015
Advisory signs will be posted before the work begins. Roads will remain open, but may be limited to one-way traffic controlled by flaggers. Expect up to 15-minute delays. Use alternate routes if possible.
For more information, please contact Kim Haughn, Public Information Officer, at email@example.com or (503) 846-7800.
Washington County and Baker Rock Resources thank you for your patience and careful attention to driving.
Related: 2014-2015 Major Road Paving Maps
Washington County is committed to planning, building and maintaining a great transportation system, ensuring the safety of all roadway users, and operating the county roadway system in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner.
Contact:Stephen Roberts, Communications Coordinator