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Pavement Preservation

About Us

What We Do

Sonoma County's Pavement Preservation Program aims to lower the long-term cost of maintaining our roads by examining pavement condition and other characteristics to determine the proper treatments, and when to apply them. Read more…

Completed 2017 Program

On June 6th, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved the first contracts of the 2017 Pavement Program, kicking off construction on 54.49 miles of roads this summer, as part of a 97 mile program approved by the Board last year.

See maps and facts in the following section for upcoming work in each District.

2018-2019 Road Paving Location Map

Projects for 2018 and 2019 are shown below. Project locations are preliminary and may be subject to change. See list of roads

Completed Project 22018-2019 Road Paving Projects (subject to change)

Utility Companies: Pavement Cut Policy

Utility companies, please be advised that pavement cuts are prohibited on County roads that have been paved within the previous five calendar years.

See interactive map of roads prohibited for pavement cuts

Download map of roads prohibited for pavement cuts (PDF 2.35 KB)

Contact Information

Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Contact us by Phone
Office Location
La Plaza B
2300 County Center Drive
Suite B 100
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.462023, -122.725381

More Information about Pavement Preservation

Current Projects

See this year's pavement preservation projects

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Sonoma County Pavement Preservation Program.

Roadway Utility Cuts

See guidelines for roadway utility cuts

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See guidelines and restrictions for making utility cuts on Sonoma County roads.

 

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