Chip Sealing Operations
The Webster Highway Department maintains an eight-year cycle for chip sealing maintenance operations on all town roads. The highway industry is constantly working with the latest innovative technologies to enhance oil efficiencies and keep a conscious eye on environmental responsibilities. A chip sealing program is undoubtedly the most cost-effective maintenance operation a municipality can perform.
Maintenance follow-up to oil and stone application is street sweeping, which commences within two weeks of application. Recommended travel speed after chip sealing application is 15 miles per hour.
For More Information
For more information about chip sealing operations, contact the Highway Department at (585) 872-1443.
Roads that will be chip sealed for the 2017 season are as follows:
Beaver Creek Drive
Bowling Green Drive
Castle Bridge Crossing
Fawn Wood Drive
Gray Fox Run
Hard Road Sidewalks
Huckleberry Way North
Ice Pond Way
Jackson Road (Ridge Rd to Penfield border)
Linden Tree Lane
North Estate Drive
Shallow Brook Terrace
South Estate Drive
Stonegate Drive (Including entrance)
Webster Commons Blvd.
The town will be sealing circles 2 weeks after we chip seal the circles.
The fog sealing requires a two hour cure time. The town will attempt to notify you the day of the application by knocking on your door. If you need to leave prior to the application, park your vehicle outside the circle for the duration of the cure time. However, it may be short notice due to an aggressive schedule, weather being a key factor.
Residents may contact the Webster Highway Department with any questions about this roadway maintenance at 872-1443.