How will my driveway be adjusted to match the proposed concrete overlay?

All (concrete, asphalt, sealcoat, rock, etc.) drives adjacent to the paving will receive a granular taper to allow for the difference in road elevation (approximately 8”) after paving. Additional rock is available for $15/ton (10 ton minimum) if the property owner would like more rock. Property owners can pay to have their paved drives adjusted at a cost of $6/square foot. The cost to adjust a typical driveway is approximately $2,200. The rock placement and paved drive replacement is limited to within the County right-of-way. Please contact the Engineer’s Office if you are interested in having your paved drive replaced.

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1. When a road is closed for a project and traffic uses rock roads, how is the dust being controlled?
2. Where can I find information about current road construction?
3. How can I receive regular project updates and other project details?
4. What is the difference between Road Closed and Road Closed to Thru Traffic?
5. Will vehicle access be available at all times during the concrete paving project?
6. If access is not available at times throughout the project, how are emergency situations handled?
7. How are various services such as mail delivery, garbage pick-up, and bus stops handled during the project?
8. How will my driveway be adjusted to match the proposed concrete overlay?
9. Recently I have seen County crews extending entrance culverts and flattening slopes on driveways and field entrances. How does the County choose which drives to do?