Residential Street Maintenance Project Update - August 2018
The week of August 13, the contractor finished paving the surface course on Cypress, Clearmont, Fern, and Brookhaven. Clean-up and Restoration work will continue through next week, weather permitting.
Concrete removal and replacement of curb and sidewalk is continuing on Revere, Pebble Beach, and Greensboro, and should be completed by the end of next week. Pavement patching, surface removal, and paving will begin following the completion of the concrete work.
Concrete removal and replacement will begin this week on Revere, Pebble Beach, and Greensboro and will continue into next week.
The week of July 16, the contractor removed and replaced the curb and sidewalk on Cosman Road and Leicester Road. The week of July 23, the contractor will go back and complete the curb and sidewalk replacement for the odd address side of Borman Court and Conrad Court, and the even side of Lovell Court and Cernan Court.
The week of July 9, the contactor removed and replaced deteriorated curb and sidewalk on the even address side of Borman and Conrad Courts, on the odd side of Lovell and Cernan Courts, and on both sides of Cunningham, Schirra, Young, Collins, & Stafford Circles. The week of July 16, the contractor will be continuing on to Cosman Lane, Leicester Road, and the second halves of Borman, Conrad, Lovell, and Cernan Courts.
Public Works staff continues to work on repairs to drainage structures and water service boxes as needed along the streets within this year’s program. Engineering staff will also continue using spray paint to mark sections of concrete curb and sidewalk that are scheduled to be removed and replaced.
The contractor will begin curb and sidewalk removal and replacement the week of July 2nd. The streets scheduled for this work includes Lovell Ct, Conrad Ct, Borman Ct, Cunningham Ct, Schirra Ct, Young Cir, Collins Cir, and Stafford Cir.
Public Works staff continues to work on repairs to drainage structures and water service boxes as needed along the streets within this year’s program. Engineering staff will also continue using spray paint to mark sections of concrete curb and sidewalk that are scheduled to be removed and replaced. The project is scheduled to begin June 25th.
Public Works staff is working on repairs to drainage structures and water service boxes as needed along the streets within this year’s program. Engineering staff will begin using spray paint to mark sections of concrete curb and sidewalk that are scheduled to be removed and replaced. The actual removal and replacement of the curb and sidewalk is scheduled to begin in mid-June.
Business Park Street Maintenance Project Update (June 2018)
The week of June 11th, Arrow Road Construction completed the surface course placement on Lively Boulevard, Garlisch Avenue, Pagni Avenue, and Crossen Avenue. This completes the Business Park Street Maintenance program this year. Punch list and landscape restoration work will continue into the following week.
The week of June 4th, Arrow Road Construction completed the pavement patching work on Lively Blvd, Pagni Drive, and Garlisch Drive. Surface removal is scheduled for Saturday June 9, beginning with Lively Blvd, Garlisch Drive, Pagni Drive and then moving to Crossen Avenue, between Oakton Street and Brummel Avenue. Hot-mix asphalt surface placement is anticipated to begin on Wednesday, June 13th. Landscape restoration will continue over the next two weeks.
All concrete work has been completed. The week of May 28th, Arrow Road Construction will be completing the pavement patching work on Lively Boulevard, Pagni Drive, and Garlisch Drive. The following week, the contractor is scheduled to begin the surface removal on these streets.
On Friday May 25th, Arrow Road Construction paved McCabe Avenue, Jarvis Avenue, Cambridge Drive and Seegers Avenue. Roadway patching and concrete work will continue into the following week.
The contractor completed the surface removal on McCabe Avenue, Jarvis Avenue, Cambridge Drive, and Seegers Avenue in preparation of paving which is scheduled for Friday May 18th. The contractor will begin in the early hours of the morning by placing a prime coat (oily liquid) on the milled roadway. This coating is needed to bind the new asphalt to the old pavement. The oily substance can temporarily stick to tires and track across your driveways, so be cautious when “Fresh Oil” signs are posted. The contractor is scheduled to begin on McCabe Avenue.
Beginning on Sunday May 13th, temporary “NO PARKING” restrictions will begin on Lively Boulevard, Pagni Drive and Garlisch Drive to allow completion of the remaining curb, sidewalk, and pavement patching. Pavement patching on McCabe Avenue, Jarvis Avenue, and Cambridge Drive has been completed.
The week of April 30th, the contractor finished the removal and replacement of curb and sidewalk on McCabe Ave, Jarvis Ave, Cambridge Dr, Seegers Ave, and the east side of Crossen Ave. The removal of curb and sidewalk on the east side of Lively Blvd, the north side of Pagni Dr, and the southwest side of Garlisch Dr has started and will continue the week May 7th. The contractor also performed patching on McCabe Ave, Cambridge Dr, Jarvis Ave and Seegers Ave.
The Village's 2018 Street Maintenance Program consists of curb and sidewalk rehabilitation, pavement patching, and resurfacing along 3.8 miles of residential and 1.8 miles of business park streets as noted below. Construction on the roadways listed below should begin in spring and will be completed by the end of the summer:
Phase I (Storm Sewer): Village crews will make necessary repairs to drainage structures along these roadways.
Phase II (Concrete): During the next phase the contractor will begin the removal and replacement of deteriorated curbs and sidewalks throughout the project area.
Phase III (Roadway): The final phase includes pavement patching, milling of the pavement surface and the placement of a new pavement surface layer. Just prior to laying the new pavement layer, the street will be sprayed with a tack coat. Fresh oil signs will be posted during this phase so residents are reminded to travel slowly on the tack-coated surface.
Residential Streets to be Resurfaced
- Cypress Ln Walnut Ln to Reverend Morrison Blvd
- Clearmont Ln Westview Dr to End
- Cosman Rd Chelmsford Ln to Winston Dr
- Leicester Rd Wellington Ave to Winston Dr
- Revere Ln Gibson Ln to Vermont Dr
- Pebble Beach Cir University Ln to University Ln
- Greensboro Ct Pebble Beach Cir to End
- Fern Dr Clearmont Ln to Ridge Rd
- Brookhaven Dr Cypress Ln to Ridge Rd
- Borman Ct West Glenn Trl to West Glenn Trl
- Conrad Ct West Glenn Trl to West Glenn Trl
- Lovell Ct West Glenn Trl to West Glenn Trl
- Cernan Ct Grissom Trl to Grissom Trl
- Cunningham Cir South Glenn Trl to End
- Schirra Cir Biesterfield Rd to End
- Young Cir White Trl to End
- Collins Cir White Trl to End
- Stafford Cir White Trl to End
Business Park Streets to be Resurfaced
- Crossen Ave Brummel Ave to Oakton St
- Lively Blvd Higgins Rd to End
- Pagni Dr Lively Blvd to End
- Garlisch Dr Lively Blvd to End
- Seegers Ave Oakton St to Higgins Rd
- McCabe Ave Touhy Ave to Landmeier Rd
- Cambridge Ave Jarvis Ave to Landmeier Rd
- Jarvis Ave Busse Rd to Cambridge Ave