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Road Construction
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Kevin Stahr
Send Date:
6/13/2014 8:00:00 AM
Email Subject:
Road Construction Begins - June 13 Update

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The City’s 2014 road program gets underway June 13. Hardin Paving Services of Hillside will be performing the work. 

Traffic control signs will be placed on most or all of the streets slated for construction. Saw cutting will begin June 14 on Kane and Chalmers streets for the water main replacement. On June 16, work on the water main replacement begins. 

Concrete removal also will start June 16 on designated streets located west of Randall Road and will progress in an easterly direction. Pavement removal is slated for June 17 on Center, North, Ford, Peyton, Forest View and Meadow Road.

After the concrete is replaced, please do not drive on it with large, heavier vehicles for seven days. Smaller cars can drive on these streets after five days. During working hours (7 a.m. to 4 p.m.), park on the street in front of your house preferably at a location where there is no construction work taking place.

 
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, 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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The City’s 2014 road program [/index.aspx?nid=547] gets underway June 13. Hardin Paving Services of Hillside will be performing the work.

Traffic control signs will be placed on most or all of the streets slated for construction. Saw cutting will begin June 14 on Kane and Chalmers streets for the water main replacement. On June 16, work on the water main replacement begins.

Concrete removal also will start June 16 on designated streets located west of Randall Road and will progress in an easterly direction. Pavement removal is slated for June 17 on Center, North, Ford, Peyton, Forest View and Meadow Road.

After the concrete is replaced, please do not drive on it with large, heavier vehicles for seven days. Smaller cars can drive on these streets after five days. During working hours (7 a.m. to 4 p.m.), park on the street in front of your house preferably at a location where there is no construction work taking place.

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, 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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City's 2014 Road Construction Gets Underway - June 13 Update