Work will begin this week on a roughly two-mile repaving project on Jackson Road, county officials announced.
The $430,000 job will extend from Route 45 to Breakneck Road and take about three days to complete.
The roadway will remain open to traffic throughout the work, with local police assisting in traffic control.
Work to replace handicapped ramps and to complete drainage and bridge repairs has already been completed along the stretch, officials said. The county mills and repaves about 15 miles of the county’s 410 miles of roadway each year. South State Inc. is handling the Mantua project.