The Highway Superintendent will give the District Supervisors a target mileage for their districts to assess the condition of their roads.
The District Supervisors will report back on the roads in their areas in most need of surface work.
The Highway Superintendent will finalize the list of roads and give the District Supervisors the final list.
The District Supervisors will schedule all related work – brush cutting, pipe replacements, pavement work (blade patching or paving), etc.
The Supervisor in charge of the chip sealing operation will assemble the team and plan the routing.
No sooner than three days after the chip seal is placed, the sweeping of the loose chips will take place.
Any roads that were striped will be striped by the County’s contractor.