Update on Delaware County Road and Bridge Projects

The C-64 paving project between Greeley and Petersburg is now complete.

It’s been one of several road and bridge projects going on this summer in Delaware County.

The Delaware County Secondary Roads Department says elsewhere around the county, crews are continuing work on the substructure on the 220th Avenue Bridge Project.

At the Quaker Mill Dam site, Top Grade Excavating is still waiting for the pond site to dry out more. They say the site is not yet stable enough for their haul trucks and they’re looking to possibly start in July.

Meanwhile, Clayton County is planning to start work on the 400th Street Bridge Replacement Project. They’ll be replacing the bridge with railroad tank culverts. Clayton County is taking the lead on this project, with Delaware County splitting the cost of construction.

And BARD is almost done with placing contract rock on Delaware County’s gravel roads for this year. Delaware County Engineer Anthony Bardgett says they just need to finish the south central and southeast areas of the county.