Friday
Jun282019

2019 Proposed Road and Alley Work

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Several roadways and alleys within the City have been earmarked for repairs as part of the City’s 2019 Street Repair and Maintenance Program.  A list of these roadways and alleys, as well as the type of work being performed is included below. Please note that the City will be providing updates regarding these projects such as parking restrictions, road closures, water interruptions, etc. as they occur.

 

Spot Curb Repair: Ardmore from Dale to Fair Avenues and South Dawson Avenue from Fair to Powell Avenues

  • Spot curb replacemnt work.

UPDATE: Work to begin on July 10th, 2019.  Parking restrictions will be posted accordingly based on specific areas of replacement.  Anticipated completion date of July 19th, 2019.

 

Caroline Avenue from Drexel to Columbia Avenues

  • Improvements to the existing storm sewer system, including the addition of several new curb inlets.
  • Installation of a new concrete curb and gutter, as well as underdrain.
  • Replacement of existing driveway approaches with new concrete approaches to ensure positive drainage, and proper interface with new concrete curb and asphalt roadway.
  • Asphalt resurfacing of the street.
  • Other related work such as seeding, curb ramps, signs, street lighting, etc. as needed.

UPDATE:

 

Powell Road from Drexel to Columbia Avenues

  • Installation of a new concrete curb and gutter, as well as underdrain.
  • Replacement of existing driveway approaches with new concrete approaches to ensure positive drainage, and proper interface with new concrete curb and asphalt roadway.
  • Asphalt resurfacing of the street.
  • Other related work such as seeding, curb ramps, signs, street lighting, etc. as needed.

UPDATE:

 

Charles Street from Gould Road to South Roosevelt Avenue

  • Improvements to the existing storm sewer system, including the addition of several new curb inlets.
  • Installation of a new concrete curb and gutter, as well as underdrain.
  • Replacement of existing driveway approaches with new concrete approaches to ensure positive drainage, and proper interface with new concrete curb and asphalt roadway.
  • Asphalt resurfacing of the street.
  • Addition of a concrete sidewalk on one, or both sides of the roadway.
  • Other related work such as seeding, curb ramps, signs, street lighting, etc. as needed.

UPDATE:

These projects are scheduled to begin in early July.  Parking restrictions will be posted where the work is occurring during working hours (7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) weekdays.  Access to residences will be maintained to the extent feasible, but there will be occasions when travel along this section of Caroline and Powell Avenue, as well as Charles Street will not be permitted, particularly during storm sewer and curb installation, as well as paving.  This will typically be limited to the area where construction crews are working, and access may still be available by going around the block and approaching from the opposite direction.

Wednesday
Jun262019

South Roosevelt Avenue Improvements

Recently the work was bid and Danbert, Inc. has been selected to perform the work described below:

  • Installation of a new 8” water main and fire hydrants from Livingston Avenue to Main Street.
  • Reconnection of all active water services from the shut off, to the new water main.
  • Replacement of the existing Storm Sewer Mains at the intersections of Charles, Astor and Mound Streets.
  • Spot Removal and replacement of the existing concrete curb and gutter as needed.
  • Installation of new concrete curb and gutter along Charles Street, both East and West of Roosevelt Avenue.
  • Removal and replacement of concrete sidewalk panels resulting from construction activities, specifically the installation of water services.
  • Asphalt resurfacing of the street.
  • Other related work such as seeding, curb ramps, signs, street lighting, etc.

The project is scheduled to begin the week of July 8th and will last approximately five (5) months.  Parking restrictions will be posted on the block where the work is occurring, as well as one block immediately north and south during working hours (7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) weekdays.  Access to residences will be maintained to the extent feasible, but there will be occasions when travel along certain sections of S. Roosevelt Avenue will not be permitted, particularly during water main installation and paving.  This will typically be limited to the area where construction crews are working, and access may still be available by going around the block and approaching from the opposite direction.

UPDATE: