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High Impact Repaving Projects Continue: North Prospect and North Farwell Avenues Next on the Schedule

Beginning Wednesday, August 20, 2014, North Prospect Avenue from East Kilbourn Avenue to East Ogden Street, and North Farwell Avenue from East Brady Street to North Prospect Avenue, will be resurfaced with asphalt pavement, weather permitting.

By - Aug 19th, 2014 04:18 pm

Beginning Wednesday, August 20, 2014, North Prospect Avenue from East Kilbourn Avenue to East Ogden Street, and North Farwell Avenue from East Brady Street to North Prospect Avenue, will be resurfaced with asphalt pavement, weather permitting.

North Prospect Avenue (East Kilbourn to East Ogden): This project will be completed one-half of the roadway at a time. When the contractor is working on the east side of N. Prospect, traffic will be allowed one way southbound on the west side of the street. When the contractor is working on the west side of N. Prospect, traffic will be allowed one way northbound on the east side of the street. Driveway access will be allowed at all times. There will be no parking on Prospect Avenue during this repaving project.

North Farwell Avenue (East Brady to North Prospect): This project also will be completed one-half of the roadway at a time. One lane of traffic will be open while the other lane is resurfaced on this one-way southbound street. Again, driveway access will be allowed at all times, and there will be no parking on Farwell during the project.

All work on both Prospect and Farwell avenues will be completed in four (4) days, weather permitting.

For questions or concerns regarding these projects, please call the DPW Street Construction Office at (414) 286-2497.

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