Street Paving Closures, Week of 10/25
As the sewer/stormwater separation project nears completion, Bear Contracting will be milling and paving several streets during the week of October 25, as listed and shown in the map below. There will be no parking on the indicated dates from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Monday (10/25): 14th Street, 15th Street, 16th Street, Lavalette Avenue, Taylor Avenue,
- Tuesday (10/26): 14th Street, 15th Street, 16th Street, Lavalette Avenue, Taylor Avenue, Whiteman Avenue, Kerens Avenue, Granny’s Lane, River Street, and Ward Avenue between Livingston and Lavalette
- Wednesday (10/27): Whiteman Avenue, Kerens Avenue, and Ward Avenue extending southeast from Davis
- Thursday (10/28): Granny’s Lane, River Street
These dates may change, depending on asphalt availability from the plant and weather conditions. We will provide updated information as quickly as possible.
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