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Annual seal coat surfacing program begins Monday, June 21
The Ottawa County Road Commission will be starting its annual seal coat (chip seal) surfacing program on Monday, June 21, weather permitting.
The Road Commission will begin its 2021 program in Robinson Township.
Starting Monday and working throughout the week, the tentative schedule is as follows:
136th Ave. — North Cedar Dr. south to end
Once crews have finished up in Robinson, they will then move on to streets in Allendale Township, and once done there, they will progress to Olive Township.
For a complete list of streets to be seal coat surfaced this year, visit our Construction Projects website.
What is seal coat (chip seal)?
A chip seal is an application of a binder in the form of an emulsion or hot spray and an application of an aggregate. Chip seals protect and preserve, and extend pavement life, resulting in a pavement that is better to drive on, look at, and will cost less to maintain in the long run.
A chip seal will not increase the strength of existing pavement; however, chip seal will prolong the life of the pavement by providing a protective coating.
Chip sealing is a multi-stage process. After the surface has been prepared by patching areas that are cracked or loose, a thin layer of emulsion or tack oil is applied. Then, a layer of aggregate is applied by a truck with a chip spreader. Then, several passes from a roller are made to compact the aggregate.
The road is usually opened to traffic after sweeping or may be opened to slow-moving traffic immediately.
The OCRC will return in several weeks to perform a second step in this process, applying a fog seal atop the newly chip sealed road.
Please note that all dates are tentative and subject to change due to weather and other factors.
|Holland||Perry St.||104th Ave. to 106th Ave.||Water Main||Township||May 24-Aug. 13|
|Georgetown||Cottonwood Dr.||Bauer Rd. to Taylor St.||Reconstruction||OCRC||June 17-Oct. 8|
|Robinson||104th Ave.||M-45 to Pierce St.||Reconstruction||OCRC||June 28-Aug. 13|
|Olive||108th Ave.||Taylor St. to Fillmore St.||Reconstruction||OCRC||June 28-Aug. 23|
|Holland||Quincy St.||120th Ave. to 96th Ave.||Culvert/Resurfacing||OCRC||July 6-31|
|Zeeland||64th Ave.||Adams St. to Perry St,||Culvert Replacement||OCRC||July 26-28|
|Holland||129th Ave.||At Charles Dr.||Sewer Repair||OCWRC||July 26-30|
|Georgetown||48th Ave.||Bauer Rd. to Pierce St.||June 30-July 23|
|Holland||Quincy St.||120th Ave. to 96th Ave.||July 6-July 30|
|Georgetown||8th Ave.||Jackson St. to Port Sheldon St.||July 6-Aug. 27|
|Holland||128th Ave.||Butternut Dr. to Beeline Rd.||July 12-19|
|Allendale||68th Ave.||M-45 to Grand River||July 19-Aug. 6|
|Robinson||104th Ave.||M-45 to N. Cedar Dr.||July 19-Sept. 24|
|Park||Lakeshore Dr.||Lakewood Blvd. to 168th Ave.||July 22-Aug. 6|
Note: Resurfacing does not close the road. It will remain open to through traffic, with temporary lane closures.