Current Projects


Haverhill Rd. from Towanda St. South 1.25 miles and Trafficway from Haverhill East ¼ miles
Mill and Overlay Project on Haverhill Rd beginning 1.25 miles South of Towanda St. moving North to Towanda St.  Then on Trafficway from Haverhill East ¼ mile.  This project will start later this summer.  Road will be restricted to a single lane of traffic with the use of a pilot car and/or flaggers while the work is being performed.  Drivers may want to find alternate routes during the duration of this project

Bridge Replacement on SW 120th over Four Mile Creek
Bridge Replacement on SW 120th over Four Mile Creek, approximately 3 miles east of Andover, KS and 2 miles south of US Hwy 54.  Work expected to start on July 15, 2019.  The road will be closed during construction.  Construction is expected to take approximately 5 months.  

Bridge Replacement on SE Chelsea Road
Bridge replacement on SE Chelsea Road, south of Highway 400, over Little Walnut River.  Scheduled for replacement starting October or November 2019.  

 2019 County Road Crack Seal Program

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Crack Seal Program.  Please refer to 2019 Project map for project locations.  Work is ongoing and in progress.  Road will be open to traffic during construction.

 

2019 County Road Chip Seal Program


Chip Seal Program.  Please refer to 2019 Project map for project locations.  Work is ongoing and n progress.  Road will be open to traffic during construction.

2019 County Road Patching Program


Road Patching Program.  Please refer to the 2019 Project map for project locations. Work is ongoing and n progress. Road will be open to traffic during construction.

County Road Paint Striping - Countywide (2019) 


Beginning late summer 2019, County Contractor will be paint striping road centerline and edge stripes on asphalt surface County roads throughout the entire County. Striping work will start on all new chip seal roads from 2019 and follow with roads that have been previously chip sealed. 
*** BE AWARE – Do not drive over freshly applied paint immediately behind the paint striping truck. Fresh paint can be picked up on tires and splattered in the tire wells and the lower body panels of vehicles. Please be patient when trying to pass the paint rig. ***