Last update June 22, 2017
Roads scheduled for chip seal this summer include: 6 miles S of the town of Elbert to the county line, the remaining 2 miles of CR186 starting from where we left off last year and continuing East to CR17. Chip seal work is project managed through our Road & Bridge department. The county will go out for bid on these projects soon (6/22-6/29).
Did you know...
Chip seal is defined as a pavement surface treatment that combines one or more layer(s) of asphalt with one or more layer(s) of fine aggregate. In the United States, chip seals are typically used on rural roads carrying lower traffic volumes.
The Road & Bridge Department is currently working a rebuild of approximately 4.5 miles on CR118 South of Elizabeth (aka Heidemann Road in Franktown).
This rebuild process costs approx. $110,000/mile & includes:
• re-establishing ditches & proper drainage,
• increasing road elevation for snow mitigation,
• repairing or installing new culverts, &
• adding recycled asphalt treatment to the travel lanes
The rebuild runs East to CR9 & North to CR9-15 at the Chisholm subdivision entrance.
2017 Pavement Condition Survey
Presentation to Board on 6/14/17
available via YouTube Channel
Rush Creek Wind Farm Article
Press Info & Releases - New Release posted 6/13/17
Bank Building Due Diligence Documents
Rabies Alert from Health & Human Services
Elbert County Meetings are available on our YouTube Channel.