When county road crews come back to work after the Memorial Day weekend, next week, road treatments will continue Tuesday through Thursday.
Crews will be working from 6-5 each day, depending on the weather. The roads scheduled to receive the magnesium and calcium chloride treatments are Beckton, Big Goose and Pass Creek. The update's coming directly from the Sheridan County Public Works Department.
Rod Liesinger is the director of that department. He says take caution when driving on the roads and use alternate routes when possible because there will be delays and the chlorides can be corrosive.
He gave us details, recently, on how we'll know they're treating a road.
But, he said, if you do get caught driving on one of the treated roads, wash your vehicle, immediately, because as he mentioned, the chemicals can be corrosive.