A project to put protective seal on miles of roads in Santa Barbara County gets underway this week.
The county’s annual surface treatment project will include more than 40 line miles of roads. The $2.3 million dollars worth of work is intended to extend the life of the roadways. Residents of affected areas will be notified in advance, especially if parking is impacted.
The work will start in northern Santa Barbara County, and work its way to the southern part of the county. The entire project is expected to take about six weeks.