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Kevin Stahr
Send Date:
6/23/2014 11:35:00 AM
Email Subject:
June 23 Road Construction Update

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June 23 Road Construction update:

Hardin Paving Services has finished their first full week’s work, and they have completed more than was anticipated:


1) Last week they completed the following items:

a. Replaced most of the water main between Kane Street from Oak Street.
b. Removed pavement on Peyton, Ford, North, Center, Forrest View Drive and most of Meadows.
c. Removed and replaced most of the curb and sidewalk west of Randall Road and at the east end of Center Street.
d. Completed the sidewalk repairs on all the streets on this year’s list.


2) This week’s plan (Work is weather dependent. Please note rain already has postponed paving scheduled for June 23):

a. Complete water main replacement on Kane and Chalmers streets. After the main is in the ground, it will need to be tested and chlorinated.
b. Monday paving will start on the streets that the pavement was removed this week (item 1b above).
c. On Tuesday, concrete removal and replacement west of Randall Road will be completed, and crews will progress eastward
d. Thursday landscaping will begin.


On streets where the entire curb will be removed (Forest Avenue – both sides; and Elizabeth Place – south side only), crews will try to work quickly to return driveway access to affected residents.

Residents are advised to remove all landscaping (plantings or other materials) near the sidewalk and curb from designated streets. Invisible dog fences and sprinkler systems that are immediately against the curb or sidewalk should be relocated a minimum of 18 inches away to avoid future damage.

Most streets will be open to traffic except for intermittent closings to allow slow moving trucks/construction equipment access to the work areas.

Residents are asked to avoid the immediate construction zones as much as possible. Parking on nearby cross streets, where work is not taking place, also is recommended during construction hours.

For more information, visit the City’s street program webpage, call the City’s Public Works Department at 630-232-1501 or email corozco@geneva.il.us.

All work is subject to change given the weather conditions. Residents’ patience is greatly appreciated during road construction season.

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June 23 Road Construction update:

Hardin Paving Services has finished their first full week’s work, and they have completed more than was anticipated:


1) Last week they completed the following items:

a. They replaced most of the water main between Kane Street from Oak Street.
b. Removed pavement on Peyton, Ford, North, Center, Forrest View Drive and most of Meadows.
c. Removed and replaced most of the curb and sidewalk west of Randall Road and at the east end of Center Street.
d. Completed the sidewalk repairs on all the streets on this year’s list.


2) This week’s plan (Work is weather dependent. Please note rain already has postponed paving scheduled for June 23):

a. Complete water main replacement on Kane and Chalmers streets. After the main is in the ground, it will need to be tested and chlorinated.
b. Monday paving will start on the streets that the pavement was removed this week (item 1b above).
c. On Tuesday, concrete removal and replacement west of Randall Road will be completed, and crews will progress eastward
d. Thursday landscaping will begin.


On streets where the entire curb will be removed (Forest Avenue – both sides; and Elizabeth Place – south side only), crews will try to work quickly to return driveway access to affected residents.

Residents are advised to remove all landscaping (plantings or other materials) near the sidewalk and curb from designated streets. Invisible dog fences and sprinkler systems that are immediately against the curb or sidewalk should be relocated a minimum of 18 inches away to avoid future damage.

Most streets will be open to traffic except for intermittent closings to allow slow moving trucks/construction equipment access to the work areas. Residents are asked to avoid the immediate construction zones as much as possible. Parking on nearby cross streets, where work is not taking place, also is recommended during construction hours.

For more information, visit the City’s street program webpage, call the City’s Public Works Department at 630-232-1501 or email corozco@geneva.il.us.

All work is subject to change given the weather conditions. Residents’ patience is greatly appreciated during road construction season.

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