The Grays Harbor County Road Department is starting their annual Chip Seal Program today.
A press release says they will be starting in the Oakville area and working from the Anderson Rd west on Hwy. 12 resurfacing all County roads to Gibson Creek.
The work should take about 2 weeks depending on the weather, and they expect minor delays, with pilot cars to keep the traffic moving through construction.
For safety, and to help the chip seal seal there will also be a 20 mph speed limit on all freshly chip-sealed roads which will be strictly enforced by the Sheriff’s Department.