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Micropaving projects coming to Washington County

Micro-surface paving will begin Tuesday on several county roads. Preparation work, including vegetation trimming and striping removal began on Monday. Work hours for both the preparation and paving will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Advisory signs will be posted before the work begins. Roads will remain open, but may be limited to one-way traffic. Travelers can expect up to 15-minute delays; alternate routes, if possible, are recommended.

Washington County and its contractor, VSS International, will make sure traffic moves as smoothly and safely as possible.

The tentative paving schedule is as follows:

Monday, July 27

111th Avenue (Rainmont to McDaniel)

Bronson Road (Bethany to Sommerset West Apartments) – westbound

Rainmont Road (111th to 113th)

Tuesday, July 28

227th Avenue (Quatama to north of Fir)

Butner Road (Downing to Walker)

Bronson Road (Bethany to Sommerset West Apartments) – eastbound

Downing Street (Butner to Meadow)

Wednesday, July 29

Butner Road (Park to Cedar Hills) – westbound

Marlow Avenue (Eastridge to Park) – southbound

Park Way (Baltic to Marlow) – westbound

Roxbury Avenue (Walker to Marlow) – southbound

Thursday, July 30

Butner Road (Park to Cedar Hills) – eastbound

Marlow Avenue (Eastridge to Park) – northbound

Park Way (Baltic to Marlow) – eastbound

Roxbury Avenue (Walker to Marlow) – northbound

Friday, July 31

Canyon Drive (Frontage to 78th)

Ridgewood Avenue (Brentwood to Canyon)

Monday, Aug. 3

106th Avenue (Canyon to Walker)

109th Avenue (Highway 10 to 110th)

149th Avenue (Division to 6th)

Blanton Street (Spratt to 160th)

Tuesday, Aug. 4

170th Avenue (Spellman to Kemmer)

173rd Avenue (Farmington to Shaw)

Inglis Drive (Grabhorn to Dead End)

Wednesday, Aug. 5

Cipole Road (Tualatin-Sherwood to Highway 99W)

Schedules may change due to weather, contractors' schedules or availability of materials. For the most up-to-date schedule, visit wc-roads.com. For more information, contact Kim Haughn, Public Information Officer, at lutproj@co.washington.or.us or 503-846-7822.