Road and Bridge Report: District 1 (April 2013 pt. 2)


Road crews are continuing work on Townley Road this week, working back towards 150th Street. Upon completion on Townley, crews will shift efforts to 150th Street, north of Townley Road. Last week crews began work on Townley beginning at Trail ROad and worked east.

Please use extreme caution when driving on the gravel roads. Also, please remember the roads will remain gravel for an extended period of time. Crews will begin the oil and chip process in May, beginning in the areas which were recycled first. 


Road and Bridge Report: District 1 (April 2013 pt.1)


Road crews in the district will be working on .3 miles of 120th street, before beginning work on Townley Road at Highway 150, working west. During this stretch, we will only be recycling the bad areas of the road.

Please be aware of road crews and pay attention to signs.

Also, it was brought to my attention that we have not been clear on the recyling process. Due to the time constraints for FEMA reimbursement, we are recycling all at once and will begin the oil and chip process at the beginning of May. The reason for completing all of the recycling before beginning the oil and chip process is two fold: 1. The traffic, rain and weathering hardens the base of the road prior to the oil and chip, in effect making the roads safer while lasting longer. 2. We are able to complete more stretches of road by focusing all efforts on recycling, then pressing forward with all efforts on the oil and chip.

As always, we appreciate your patience and welcome any questions you may have. Thank you


Road and Bridge Report: District 3 (April 2013)


The road crew continues to get roads ready to be oiled and chipped this summer.  As reported last month, we have Paint, Crater Creek, and Deyo Mission Roads ready to be finished.

This month we plan to start redoing Post Oak Road starting at Bishop Road and going south to the Post Oak Creek Bridge, and Four-Mile Road starting at SH 49 to Allison Road, Tackle Box Road from Stoney Point Road to Four Mile Road, and Stoney Point Road starting at SH49 north to McIntosh Road.

Invitation to bid on the Deyo Mission Road Project was sent out the last week of March. Bid opening will be April 22, 2013.  The road will be resurfaced from the new part of the Lee Blvd intersection and extend to old Cache Road.

Action Safety Supply Co. striped over 58 miles of roads throughout the District.  This was our number one request, and we are glad the weather got warm enough to complete it. The roads that were striped were: 82nd Street, County Road 115 from Cache to Chattanooga, Indiahoma Road to the refuge, Madische Road, McCracken Road, Meers-Porterhill, Old Cache Road, and Wolf Road.



Road and Bridge Report: District 1 (March 2013 pt. 2)


This week, road crews are preparing to complete the work on 60th Street, from Highway 7 to Bishop. 

Immeditately following, crews will begin moving the work to Highway 65 and Cache Road, heading west for a two mile stretch. The goal is to turn north and prepare to repair FEMA roads.

Please pay attention to signs and crews. 


Happy Easter! Be safe! Enjoy your families!


Road and Bridge Report: District 1 (March 2013 pt. 1)


Much needed rain has slowed some progress, but it is a delay we will readily take. This week, crews will begin regrading the gravel roads in the district which received rain, snow or sleet. The purpose of the regrading is to help these roads maintain their shape and safety.

Tuesday, we will work on 52nd Street, south of New Hope Road, with the goal of completing the recycling portion of the work.

As the week progresses, we will continue to recycle Burk Road working east, one mile north of Geronimo.

Please pay attention to road signs and be aware of crews on the streets. Please drive carefully and thank you for your patience. 


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