Scheduled Resurfacing Projects
Clay County roads are carefully evaluated each spring.
The decision to resurface a road is based on budget, road condition, the amount of traffic on the road, and the length of time since the road was last resurfaced. The cost of oil and rock, manpower available, and weather conditions directly affect how much resurfacing can be done each year.
Each type of road surface requires a different maintenance schedule and process.
As with all road work, please avoid roads when work is being done. Less traffic on the road allows crews to work safely and efficiently.
For more information about rural Clay County road surfaces, please visit the Roads Page.
- Roads that require extensive prep are reclaimed/turned into gravel; up to 10 weeks are allowed for compaction to obtain a stable road base before the new chip seal surface can be applied.
- Roads that require minimal prep may be chip sealed within a couple of days of initial prep work.
- All work is weather permitting. The dates provided below are approximate and subject to change. One rainy day often delays resurfacing work by up to a week
View the Chip Seal Resurfacing Flyer (PDF)
|Road||Begin At||End At||Chip Seal Planned||Chip Seal Complete|
|Road||Begin At||End At||Microsurfacing Complete|
Start date TBA
|Road||Begin At||End At||Asphalt Overlay Complete|