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. The remaining 42.51 miles are slated for construction in 2018. When the entire 2017 program is completed the County will have paved approximately 300 miles since the summer of 2013, funded with over $65 Million in General Fund Contributions from the Board of Supervisors.
This week’s current road work includes pothole, sign, and guardrail repair, resurfacing, vegetation removal, clearing debris, installing culverts, retaining wall construction, striping and stenciling. Hauser Bridge Replacement activities continue.