What is Chip Sealing?

Chip sealing is a resurfacing technique in which oil contact texture is sprayed over the existing asphalt on a road. Rock chips are then spread over the surface followed by a fog seal to complete the process.

Chip sealing is an effective way to improve the road's surface quickly and efficiently.

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1. Why can't the snow plows get to my street earlier in the day?
2. When can I get a Right of Way Use Permit?
3. What is Crack Sealing?
4. What is Chip Sealing?
5. Why does the Road and Bridge Department work 10-hour days in the summer months?
6. Why don't we see the road grader for long periods of time when it is dry in the summer?
7. Why can't my road be paved?