May 18th, 2022 (Moscow, Idaho) — The 2022 Pavement Preservation Asphalt Rubber Chip Seal Project is currently scheduled to begin mid-June 2022 and is expected to be completed by August 2022.

The Pavement Preservation Asphalt Rubber Chip Seal project consists of applying a Rubber Chip Seal Coat (Type II) followed by a fog seal to multiple roads within the City of Moscow. Rubber Chip seal is an emulsified liquid asphalt that uses recycled tire crumbs in the binder to make chip seals more effective, it is applied to the existing surface which is then covered with aggregate rock called “chip”. This will reduce surface wear and extend the useful life of the roads receiving treatment. As currently planned, the following 9 separate road segments totaling approximately 32,730 square yards (SY) of surface area are scheduled to receive asphalt rubber chip seal:.

Road Locations 

Grant St – between D St and 1st St

Lincoln St – between 3rd St and 6th St

Monroe St – between 6th St and 3rd St

Howard St – between 6th St and 3rd St

Polk St – between 6th St to 3rd St

Levick St – between Lauder St and Lathen St

Lenter St –  intersection with Lauder St to the End of Road

Lathen St – between US-95 and Lenter St

B St – between Mt View Rd and Hayes St

B St – between Hayes St and Lincoln St


During the project, residents can expect possible delays near these locations. The City appreciates the public’s patience as these necessary repairs and upgrades are made to the City’s infrastructure.

Accessibility as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a top priority for the City in all projects.  If this project or any other City project is found to be impacting anyone’s ability to access public services, please call 208-883-7600.

Every effort will be made to adhere to the daily schedule; however, unforeseen circumstances may require adjustment. For questions about the project, including the project schedule or concerns about resident access, please contact the City of Moscow Engineering Division at 208-883-7034.