Jackson County Engineer Melissa Miller recently released the list of roads set to be paved in 2022. These projects are being funded through various sources, including grant money from the Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC), local American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars, and money straight from the Engineer’s budget.

Following is a list of this year’s paving projects:

* Roughly 3.36 miles of County Road 82 (Jisco West Road) will be paved with two inches of asphalt from the Jackson corporation limit to County Road 90. This project is receiving funding from the OPWC.

* The entirety of County Road 18 (Jackson Furnace Road), which is approximately 1.5 miles in length, will be paved with one inch of asphalt. This project is being funded with ARPA money.

* The entirety of County Road 33 (Lesmil Road), which is roughly 3.42 miles in length, will be paved with one inch of asphalt. This project is being funded with ARPA money.

* The entirety of County Road 55 (Standpipe Road), which is approximately 1.98 miles in length, will be paved with one inch of asphalt. This project is being funded with ARPA money.

* The entirety of County Road 551 (Standpipe Road), which is roughly 0.31 miles in length, will be paved with one-half inch of asphalt. This project is being funded with ARPA money.

* The entirety of County Road 84 (Chillicothe Pike), which is approximately 2.52 miles in length, will be paved with one inch of asphalt. This project is being funded with ARPA money.

* Roughly 2.07 miles of County Road 17 (Monroe Hollow Road) will be paved with one inch of asphalt from State Route 140 to County Road 54. This project is being funded via the Engineer’s budget.

* Approximately 2.2 miles of County Road 20 (Five Points Road) will be paved with one inch of asphalt from State Route 32 to 1.846 pipe. This project is being funded via the Engineer’s budget.

* Roughly 2.89 miles of County Road 39 (Mulga Road) will be paved with one inch of asphalt from the Wellston corporation limit to State Route 32. This project is being funded via the Engineer’s budget.