County chip seal work begins July 23
Jackson County Roads and Parks will start repairs and chip seal work on over 75 miles of roads Monday, July 23.
County officials said in a news release that they expect to be done by the end of August.
Chip sealing is a road repair method of applying liquid asphalt to seal the road's surface, followed by the spreading of aggregate chips, sweeping away loose ones and re-painting travel lane marks.
Motorists driving in any of the areas listed below should plan for delays because of the work.
For more questions, contact the Jackson County Roads and Parks Department at 541-774-8184.
Areas slated for chip seal work include:
- Dead Indian Memorial Road from Highway 66 to Klamath County line
- Hyatt Prairie Road from Dead Indian Memorial Road to East Hyatt Lake Road
- Howard Prairie Dam Access Road from Hyatt Prairie Road to the end of county maintenance
- Mt. Ashland Ski Road from the Old Pacific Highway to the Lodge
- Colver Road from Highway 99 to 633 feet north of Camp Baker Road
- Houston Road from Colver Road to Coleman Creek Road
- Voorhies Road from South Stage Road to Coleman Creek Road
- Coleman Creek Road from Voorhies Road to the end of oil
- Griffin Creek Road from Coleman Creek Road to the end of oil
- Bellinger Lane from Hull Road to South Stage Road
- South Stage Road from Highway 99 to Jacksonville city limits
- Arnold Lane from South Stage Road to West Main Street
- Madrona Lane from Oak Grove Road to Arnold Lane
- Little Applegate Road from Applegate Road to the end of oil
- Yale Creek Road from Little Applegate Road to the end of oil