Scheduled work

Fog Seal – a light application of asphalt emulsion to preserve good pavement.

•Adobe Road

•D Street

•Napa Road

•Old Redwood Highway

•Porter Creek Road

Slurry Seal – a mixture of asphalt emulsion and gravel that rejuvenates good pavement.

•Adobe Road

•Lakeville Road

•Mark West Springs Road

•Occidental Road

•Petaluma Boulevard North

•River Road (near Forestville)

Chip Seal – layers of asphalt emulsion and fine gravel to re-surface decent pavement.

•Dutcher Creek Road

•Geysers Road

•Ludwig Avenue

•Lytton Springs Road

•Mill Station Road

•Watertrough Road

Remove & Replace - existing surface is removed and replaced with new asphalt.

•Boyes Boulevard

•Lovall Valley Road

Asphalt Overlay – a complete asphalt road surface laid over repaired roads.

•Adobe Road

•Brooks Avenue

•Bucks Road

•Crocker Road

•El Dorado Drive

•Healdsburg Avenue

•River Road (near Cloverdale)

•River Road (near Cloverdale)

•Stony Point Road

Cold In Place Recycling – remove old asphalt, mix and place it back on the road, then overlay with new asphalt. Usually used on distressed roads.

5th Street West

•Arnold Drive

Full Depth Reclamation - pulverize the existing pavement and road base, mix in cement, compact the road base, and place a new asphalt surface. Used on highly distressed roads.

•Cazadero Highway

Sonoma County announced it will begin work today on $13.2 million in pavement projects will affect major roads across the county, from Cloverdale to Petaluma, and the construction will occur in phases.

It’s the first batch of projects covering about 97 miles that the county Board of Supervisors authorized last year

Improvements range from rebuilding roads to treatments that keep good roads in a good condition, the county announced This work will enhance a total of 255,515 average daily vehicle trips, however the construction will have unavoidable traffic impacts. Details on which sections of road will be affected, traffic impacts, and weekly schedule updates.

Scheduled work

Fog Seal – a light application of asphalt emulsion to preserve good pavement.

•Adobe Road

•D Street

•Napa Road

•Old Redwood Highway

•Porter Creek Road

Slurry Seal – a mixture of asphalt emulsion and gravel that rejuvenates good pavement.

•Adobe Road

•Lakeville Road

•Mark West Springs Road

•Occidental Road

•Petaluma Boulevard North

•River Road (near Forestville)

Chip Seal – layers of asphalt emulsion and fine gravel to re-surface decent pavement.

•Dutcher Creek Road

•Geysers Road

•Ludwig Avenue

•Lytton Springs Road

•Mill Station Road

•Watertrough Road

Remove & Replace - existing surface is removed and replaced with new asphalt.

•Boyes Boulevard

•Lovall Valley Road

Asphalt Overlay – a complete asphalt road surface laid over repaired roads.

•Adobe Road

•Brooks Avenue

•Bucks Road

•Crocker Road

•El Dorado Drive

•Healdsburg Avenue

•River Road (near Cloverdale)

•River Road (near Cloverdale)

•Stony Point Road

Cold In Place Recycling – remove old asphalt, mix and place it back on the road, then overlay with new asphalt. Usually used on distressed roads.

5th Street West

•Arnold Drive

Full Depth Reclamation - pulverize the existing pavement and road base, mix in cement, compact the road base, and place a new asphalt surface. Used on highly distressed roads.

•Cazadero Highway