2147497245 2019 Pavement Preservation Program - Chip, Fog and Slurry Seals (M19500) false false false 1 Project Description This project includes road surface treatments of various county roadways using Chip Seal, Fog Seal, and Slurry Seal, as described bel
This project includes pavement resurfacing of various county roadways using Full Depth Reclamation, Asphalt Concrete Overlays, and Remove and Replace.
The existing bridge that carries Chalk Hill Road over Maacama Creek is a one-lane structure built in 1915. It is a County landmark and is eligible for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. The existing bridge has deteriorated significantly and is vulnerable to earthquakes as well as foundation scour and erosion along the south creekbank. The bridge has been determined to be unstable in an earthquake, and is threatened by erosion. The County seeks to replace the bridge with a new two-lane bridge.
The project site is located on Lakeville Road, Petaluma, California between State Route 37 and State Route 116
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