State Aid Reseal Project Underway

​The Neshoba County Road Department has started the reseal portion of the 34.69 mile State Aid Reseal Project.  The average cost per mile for the reseal project is approximately $46,564.  The actual reseal portion of the project has been delayed by several months due to delays by the subcontractor performing the leveling portion of the project but is now underway and is expected to be completed by the end of August, depending on the weather.  The total project involves placing asphalt in those areas identified by the County Engineer to stabilize and repair the road surface which is the leveling portion of the project.  After leveling, then liquid asphalt (CRS-2) is applied to the road surface and then seal rock is applied to provide a new wear surface on the roadway.  Once this portion is completed, new signage, striping and markers are applied to enhance the safety of the roadway.  The total project is anticipated to cost approximately $1,615,300 depending on the actual quantities of materials used.  While the Neshoba County Road Department is performing the actual reseal portion of the project the leveling, supplying of liquid asphalt, and providing signage and striping are all subcontract items.

 

The following roads approved by the Board of Supervisors are being resealed, as recommended by the County Engineer, following inspection by the Office of State Aid Road Construction.

Designation

Road Number

Road Length

 

 

in Miles

A

Road 763

4.38

B

Road 610

7.20

C

Road 383

6.40

D

Road 387

3.15

E

Road 101

1.61

F

Road 402

1.29

G

Road 450

0.78

H

Road 729

8.44

I

Road 4306

1.44