The following schedule is subject to change due to weather delays.
St. Joseph County will be performing Road Striping work on the following roads, during the hours of 7 am to 3:30 pm. Please be advised it takes approximately three minutes for the paint to dry, to help prevent drivers from driving through the wet paint our crews provide advance warning signs stating "Paint Crew Ahead", two shadow vehicles marked with flashing lights and signs stating "Wet Paint Do Not Pass", and cones on the beginning and end of the freshly repainted lines.
When Drivers see Paint Crew Ahead signs, they should expect delays, and drive slowly and cautiously. Road striping paint requires a minimum of three minutes to adequately dry. Drivers should not drive through or in between the equipment train and maintenance vehicles and should avoid driving around them as a precaution.
Anderson Road from Bittersweet Road to Ash Road
Brick Road from Fir Road to Currant Road
Brummit Road from Beech Road to Ash Road
Cleveland Road from Mishawaka to Ash Road
Beech Road from Edison Road to Cleveland Road
Douglas Road from Fir Road to Ash Road
Day Road from Fir Road to Bittersweet Road
Day Trail from Bittersweet Road to Jeffrey Drive
Edison Road from Cedar Trail to Ash Road
Jefferson Road from Mishawaka to Ash Road
McKinley Highway from Birch Road to Currant Road will be striped on Sunday 9/16/18
St. Joseph County will be performing Chip Seal Operations next week. The following roads will be closed for a two hour period while crews perform work, where possible there will be a posted detour route.
Madison Road from Locust Road to SR 931
Madison Road from Mulberry Road to Maple Road
Oak Road from Roosevelt Road to Kern Road
Jackson Road from Linden Road to Locust Road
Kern Road from Sumption Trail to Locust Road
New Road from SR 23 to SR 931
Pavement Solutions Incorporated will be performing crack filling and slurry sealing operations next week, as part of the Saint Joseph County Pavement Preservation Project. Roadway lanes may be restricted at times, however residents and emergency responders will have continued access during construction. Work will be performed in the following subdivisions. It is requested that if at all possible, residents make every effort to refrain from parking in the street in order to properly apply the crack filler throughout the entire length of the cracks.
Pine Tree Estates
Thank you for your patience.