Arterial Road Rehabilitation program

Strathcona County’s Arterial Road Rehabilitation program includes upgrades to improve the safety and quality of County roadways, including work on both concrete (sidewalk, curb, medians, etc.) and asphalt.

Image of paving on Clover Bar Road

Locations for 2021

The following arterial roads are scheduled for improvements under this program in 2021 (all start dates are tentative):

  • Baseline Road
    • From Broadmoor Boulevard to Sherwood Drive (eastbound only)
  • Range Road 232
    • From Highway 16 to 250 metres north of Liberty Road
  • Seneca Road: 
    • From Chippewa Road to Cree Road 
  • Cree Road
    • From Athabascan Avenue to Kaska Road
  • Sioux Road
    • Broadmoor Boulevard to Woodbridge Way
  • Premier Way
    • Prairie Drive to Pembina Road
  • Premier Road
    • Broadmoor Boulevard to Premier Way

Visit the CountyWorks construction web map to see locations of all projects.

Construction process

The process takes approximately two to three weeks to complete, weather permitting, and is completed in multiple phases.

  • Phase 1: Removal and replacement of concrete, adjusting existing structures (manholes, water valves, catch basins, etc.)
  • Phase 2: Milling of the existing asphalt
  • Phase 3: Asphalt overlay surface course
  • Phase 4: Line painting, landscaping, etc. 

What to expect

  • Digital message boards will be placed at least five days prior to the construction start date in order to provide motorists and area residents with notification.
  • During daytime operations, motorists can expect lane closures, speed reductions, and uneven or rough pavement surfaces.
  • Milling and paving operations may be completed at night, and will include directional closures, or multiple lane closures with major delays.

Further information:

County Connect

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Related pages

Please note: Weather can cause unexpected delays. Although we strive to maintain schedules, timeline changes may be required.

Last updated: Tuesday, April 27, 2021
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