Paving projects underway in Lacombe County

Depending on weather the work could be done prior to the July long weekend

Central City Asphalt has been hired by Lacombe County to base and pave Rge. Rd 28-2 and Twp. Rd 41-4 past the Wilson Beach and DeGraff subdivisions.

The current schedule is for the contractor to start the subgrade preparation and gravel base on May 22nd and that portion of the contract is estimated to take seven days.

The paving portion of the project is planned for in late June and is estimated to take approximately six days to complete.

Depending on weather this project could be completed prior to the July long weekend.

Please drive carefully and obey all signs and speed limits during construction. Contact the Operations department if you have any questions or concerns during this project.

Phase 1 DeGraff is from DeGraff RV Resort entrance to Township Road 41-4 and from Township Road 41-4 to Hwy. 792.

Phase 2 Wilson Beach is from Township Road 41-2 to the quarter line north of Wilson Beach.

Phase 3 Lincoln Ranch is from the quarter line north of Wilson Beach to the DeGraff RV Resort entrance.

-submitted by Lacombe County

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