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Summer Road Maintenance Projects

Last updated March 9, 2017

Chip Seal Projects

A chip seal is a coating of liquid asphalt and rock chips applied to the existing roadway to extend the life of the pavement. Learn more about our chip seal program. No chip seal projects are planned for 2017.

Paving Projects

Paving is the placement of hot mix asphaltic concrete on an existing road surface to remedy pavement distress and maintain acceptable pavement condition. The Transportation Projects Map shows paving projects scheduled for summer 2017. Our limited road funds are being used to pave 20.9 miles of roads in 2017. The projects are listed below, in alphabetical order (not necessarily chronological order). Area residents will be contacted with details about the work schedule and traffic flow. Questions? Contact the project manager listed for the project.

Beaton Road, from Forsythe Road to Roessel Lane
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Borland Area

Brunner Road, from Forsythe Road to end of county maintenance
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Canby Area

Contact: Vince Hall or 503-742-4650

Clairmont Court, from Wilson Road to dead end
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Feyrer Park Area

Contact: Vince Hall or 503-742-4650

Lammer Road, from Beavercreek Road to dead end
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Maplelane Road Area

Contact: Vince Hall or 503-742-4650

Trail Road, from Stafford Road to dead end
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Wilson Court, from Wilson Road to dead end
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

Wilson Road, from Beavercreek Road to Fergusson Road
Contact: Shane Abbott or 503-650-3218

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Oregon City, OR 97045
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