The 2015 street maintenance program is underway
Work will start on October 8, 2015 with pavement milling. Traffic will be restricted to one lane through the work zones between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Paving is expected to be complete by October 23, 2015.
Avery Road will be resurfaced between Muirfield Drive and Brand Road, which will lead to some lane restrictions. Traffic will be maintained in both directions, but will be reduced to one lane at times.
Curb and gutter replacement continues. Paving began September 28, 2015 and continues.
Curb and gutter replacement continues. Paving tentatively scheduled for October 8, 2015.
- Rushwood Drive (section near Fawnbrook Lane)
- Fawnbrook Lane (Forest Knoll Drive to Heatherwood Lane)
- Heatherwood Lane
- Bristol Drive
- Fawnbrook Court
- Heatherwood Court
We request that residents keep vehicle travel on the road to a minimum during the construction activities.
Traffic will be maintained as much as possible, but drivers should expect delays due to construction activities. Traffic will regularly be limited to one lane during work hours.
Please follow the “no parking” signs in the work areas.
Residents will be notified directly if any road or curb work will impact access to their driveways.
Please contact Darren Lee, P.E., Project Engineer at 614-410-4625 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Shady Nelms, Fitzgibbon Ct., O’Connell St., Alan Moss Ct.:
Concrete and paving complete
Innisfree Dr./Innisfree Ct.:
Concrete and paving Complete
Drive apron work complete
Paving work planned for September 17
curb and gutter replacement continues
Paving tentatively scheduled for week of September 21
Deeside Dr., Barassie Pl., Davington Dr., Tayport Dr.:
Paving wrapping up September 4 ahead of schedule.
Continue restoration work week of September 8
Duddingston Dr. and Morlich Square:
continue curb and gutter replacement
Lot striping complete
Utility relocation work scheduled for week of September 8
Grading and restoration to be completed by September 11
Franklin Town Center Parking Lots:
crack sealing and seal coating of parking lot to finish September 9
How do we determine which streets to pave/repair?
The Street Maintenance Program consists of replacement of deteriorated concrete curb and gutter, street base stabilization, milling of deteriorated pavement surfaces and placement of new asphalt pavement. The factors used to prioritize and select streets for inclusion in the program include:
- Existing pavement condition index
- Type and severity of deterioration
- Average daily traffic
- Functional classification of the street
- Annual maintenance costs
- Expected economy of grouping streets by location to gain contractor efficiency and minimize neighborhood disruptions
- We also evaluate the condition of the existing curb and gutter that work is aligned with the pavement work