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Road Construction

Posted on: September 1, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Street Improvement Program - Sept. 1 Update

City Road Construction

The City is working with Geneva Construction on 23 road resurfacing and drainage projects included in the 2023 street improvement program, which started in August and is expected to be completed in October. Here is the Sept. 1 update:

Completed Work

The City's contractor has finished the following items the concrete replacement, milling and repaving of:

  • Bricher Road from Randall to Peck roads;
  • Williamsburg Avenue from Randall Road to Fisher Drive.

Sidewalk and curb concrete replacement has been finished on the following streets:

  • Williamsburg Avenue from Randall Road to State Street (Route 38);
  • Wakefield Lane from Williamsburg Avenue to Bloomfield Circle (including Paddock Court)
  • Third Street from Hamilton to Stevens streets;
  • Fifth Street from State to Stevens streets; and
  • Lark Court

Projects Wrapping Up

Construction is expected to be completed by the end of business Sept. 1 for the concrete replacement, milling and repaving of:

  • Bridgeport, Hartford and Bedford lanes; and
  • Stratford Drive and Regency Court;

The concrete median replacement:

  • Williamsburg Avenue at Cambridge Drive

What Is On Deck

Projects that will continue or get underway the week of Sept. 4 include the concrete replacement, milling and repaving of:

  • Cape Way;
  • Deerfield Way south of Pepper Valley Drive;
  • Essex Court; and
  • Mead Court

Other work on the docket will be the milling and repaving of:

  • Crawford and Eighth streets;
  • Thrid Street from Hamilton to Stevens streets;
  • Fifth Street from State to Stevens streets; and
  • Wakefield Lane from Williamsburg Avenue to Bloomfield Circle (including Paddock Court)

Subscribe For Updates

People can subscribe to receive road work updates via “Notify Me” on the City’s website. For more information about the street improvement program, contact the City’s Civil Engineer Elton Orozco at 630-232-1279 or via email.

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