Sonoma County road maintenance crews will be replacing damaged pavement this week on Calistoga Road just north of Santa Rosa and on Bodega Avenue west of Petaluma, working 7 a.m.-4 p.m. daily.

Grinding and re-paving on Calistoga Road is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, working from Santa Rosa city limits toward Harville Road. On Wednesday and Thursday, grinding and paving work will be done on Bodega Avenue near Pepper Road in Petaluma. One-lane traffic controls will be in place for both projects.

Road crews will help Cal Fire clear roadside brush along Lawndale Road in Kenwood on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Paving work is scheduled for 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday on Porter Creek Road from Loch Haven to Franz Valley Road, continuing Aug. 31 and Sept. 7.

Other county projects to watch between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays:

Porter Creek Road Bridge Replacement Project west of Franz Valley Road continues as the bridge deck and retaining wall are built; one-lane traffic controls with up to 20 minute delays.

Fulton Road paving is complete, but utility covers are being replaced between Santa Rosa city limits and Highway 101; up to 20 minute traffic delays.

Main Street in Penngrove is being paved, with 5 minute traffic delays. Delays will stretch to 15 minutes at the intersection of the Old Redwood Hwy. at Main Street.

Paving work at Stony Point Road from Rohnert Park Expressway to Santa Rosa city limits will require one-lane traffic controls with up to 20 minute delays.

Bodega Hwy. is being repaved between Jonive Road and Highway 1; one-lane traffic controls, 20 minute delays.

Valley Ford Road is being repaired between Highway 1 and Tomales Road in preparation for paving, 20 minute delays.

West Dry Creek Road is being repaired from Westside Road north about 1 ½ miles for asphalt overlay, one-lane traffic controls with up to 20 minute delays.

Lytton Station Road is being repaired for asphalt overlay, up to 20-minute delays.

Geyserville Avenue is being repaired between Hwy. 128 and Hwy. 101 for asphalt overlay, up to 20-minute delays.