2022 Eastern Region Chip Seal - North

Project news

This project is currently in the early stages of design. The 2022 chip seal project has been broken into two projects, north, and south. All information provided below is contingent upon final budget approval.

Needs & benefits

Chip sealing preserves the integrity and life of deteriorating roadway by applying a Bituminous Surface Treatment (BST) seal coat of oil and gravel (chips) to the existing pavement. Restoration is necessary before the underlying road structure is damaged, requiring a much more expensive rebuild.

Currently, there are eight sections of roadway that will be chip sealed in 2022. This is subject to change based on final budget approval.

  • SR 20 - Spruce Canyon Rd. to S. Fork Mill Creek Rd. 
  • SR 21 - I-90 to Canniwai Creek
  • SR 25 - Fruitland to US 395
  • SR 28 - Grant County Line to Lamona
  • SR 31 - Metaline Falls to Canada
  • SR 231 - Reardan to Fisher Rd.
  • SR 292 - Springdale to Loon Lake
  • US 395 - Columbia River to Boyds

Timeline

The project is slated for construction in 2022.

Funding

Financial Data for PIN # 602037W, 602103R, 602503T, 602807A, 603101Y, 623103K, 629200U, 639524V
Financial information is contingent upon final budget approval.

Contact

Robert Blegen, construction engineer
2714 N. Mayfair Street
Spokane, WA 99207
(509)324-6021

Map location for the 2022 Eastern Region Chip Seal projects