County road crews to begin chip seal work on Sept. 9
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The Grand County Road Department will be chip sealing several roads beginning the week of Monday, Sept. 9.

County officials said road crews will be working in the following areas: Stocks Drive, Zimmerman Lane, Westwater Drive, Beeman Lane, East Bench and Spanish Valley Drive, from the intersection of Spanish Trail Road south to the Grand and San Juan County line.

“This is a process that helps maintain the integrity and quality of the roads,” road department officials said in a news release. “Grand County Road Department appreciates your patience in this process.”

For more information, contact the road department office at 435-259 5308, Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

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