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SEALCOATING WORK TO BEGIN JULY 6, 2015.  SEE NEWS RELEASEThe sealcoating project should be completely finished by August 6th.

News Release for National Work Zone Awareness Safety Week 

News Release for Safety Improvements on CTH's A, O, and P


Fines Double In Construction Zones

CTH A to STH 73
The road will be closed to through traffic until August 6.
Contact person - Steve Pett, 920-386-4230 


CTH A in Fox Lake east to Jersey Road
The road will be closed from June 15 to October 1.
Detour is CTH A to USH 151 and north to CTH C.
Contact person - Steve Pett, 920-386-4230

CTH E  CTH A east to Horicon
The road will be closed from June 16 through the end of August.
The detour is STH 33.
Contact person - Steve Pett, 920-386-4230 

Will be closed on the west side of STH 26 on August 3rd for approximately one month.
The detour will be CTH K north to STH 16/60 and east to STH 26.
Contact - Rob Chancellor of Mega Rentals, 920-375-0038

CTH N CTH NP (E. County Line) to Airport Road (City of Hartford).
The road is closed to through traffic from June 1 to early October.
The Detour is CTH P south to STH 60, and STH 60 east to Wacker Drive in Hartford.
Contacts - Derrick (foreman), Mashuda Contractors, 920-229-3155
Brad Abraham, Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation, 414-852-3627
STH 26 Work continues between Juneau and Watertown.
Click the state road construction link below for more information.
Contact person - Kip Gutke, Mashuda Contractors, 920-229-3172

STH 33

Closed in Beaver Dam.
Click the state road construction link below for more information.
USH 41 Work will be done on the section in Dodge County. Click the state road construction link below for more information.
Work will be done from May 26 to the end of November.
Contacts - Chad Wondra, Michels Paving, 920-948-5937
Jon Maxwell, Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation, 608-963-4539

For state and national road construction, please click on one of the links below.

        State road construction information 
        National road construction information 


June 26, 2015
By: Brian Field, Commissioner


The Dodge County Highway Department will be applying an oil and chip seal to the following highways between July 6 and 10, 2015, weather permitting:

CTH G from Reeseville to Lowell (Town of Lowell)

CTH I from railroad tracks south of Prospect Road (in Rolling Prairie) to STH 26 (Towns of Oak Grove, Burnett, and Chester)

CTH TW from CTH WT to STH 175 (Towns of Theresa and Lomira)

CTH WT from STH 28 to CTH TW (Town of Theresa)

CTH AY from STH 28 to Knowles (Town of Theresa and Lomira)

CTH Y from Mayville to CTH AY (Towns of Williamstown and Theresa)

CTH E from CTH M to railroad tracks at CTH DJ (Town of Emmet)

This maintenance is necessary to protect the road surface from deterioration through oxidation. As a result of the sealcoating process, there will be loose gravel chips on the road surface. The Highway Department will sweep the roads after the sealcoat has been in place for one week to remove excess loose chips.

The work should be completed by July 24, 2015, weather permitting.

To minimize and prevent damage to windshields, headlights, and paint on vehicles, the Highway Department requests that motorists please observe the signs that will be posted on the above-mentioned highway. Please drive in a manner considerate of other motorists and the construction crews. If possible, use an alternate route during sealcoat application.




MARCH 16, 2015

By:  Brian Field


       Dodge County Highway Department



16th Annual National Work Zone Awareness Week

March 23 – 27, 2015


National Work Zone Awareness Week began in 1999 when the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) signed a Memorandum of Agreement pledging to increase public awareness of work zone safety issues through a national media campaign.


Governor Scott Walker signed a proclamation earlier this month declaring March 23 – 27 as Work Zone Awareness Week in Wisconsin.  Wisconsin annually suffers nearly 1600 crashes in work zones with 720 people being injured and 8 people being killed.  80% of those killed in work zones are motorists.


The Dodge County Highway Department recognizes National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week each year and supports efforts nationally and statewide to make our work zones safer places for our employees and travelers.  The national theme of Work Zone Safety Awareness Week this year is “Expect the Unexpected”.  In addition, the State of Wisconsin has a “Move over Law” which requires motorists to move over or slow down for stopped emergency vehicles.  That includes all vehicles working within the highway right-of-way but especially law enforcement and highway maintenance vehicles.


Work zones can present an unfamiliar situation to drivers.  Traffic patterns often change, lanes are sometimes closed, and the presence of equipment and personnel can cause challenges to motorists as they travel.  Careful attention should always be paid while driving but especially in and around work zones.  Drivers must always be attentive to changing conditions and use caution when traveling through work zones.  Remember – “Fines Double in Work Zones”.


On December 18, 2003, Fond du Lac County Highway maintenance employee Dennis Roeseler was killed by a motorist while working in a highway work zone on USH 41.  In March of 2006,

Winnebago County Highway employees Dan Melhorn and Marc Neumeyer were also killed while working on USH 41.  The people who worked with Dennis, Dan, and Marc will never forget them, and we hope that everyone remembers the following rules when driving near a work zone:


                Hang up the phone!

                Expect the unexpected

                Keep a safe distance from other vehicles

                Stay alert

                Watch for flaggers

                Pay attention to warning signs

                Merge as soon as possible

                Don’t speed

                Don’t tailgate

                Be patient


Who is responsible for work zone safety?  Everyone!!  We’re all responsible for work zone safety.  If you think about it, you probably know someone who works in construction or law enforcement, is a highway employee, or a tow truck driver.  All of these positions work in and around traffic and in and out of work zones.


Please honor Work Zone Safety Awareness Week by being safe as you travel through work zones.  We should all do what we can to keep our construction, highway, and law enforcement workers safe and able to return home each night.


Keep in mind when entering a work zone – “Expect the Unexpected”.




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