Oakwood work to affect traffic, parking on certain streets

Street resurfacing on some Oakwood roads is expected impact traffic and restrict parking for at least a week, according to the city. FILE
Street resurfacing on some Oakwood roads is expected impact traffic and restrict parking for at least a week, according to the city. FILE

Street resurfacing on some Oakwood roads is expected impact traffic and restrict parking for at least a week, according to the city.

The $170,000 project, which began today, involves the following streets, the city said:

•East Schantz Avenue from Spirea Drive to Patterson Road;

•Delaine Avenue from East Drive to Beverly Place;

•Southwood Lane from Grandon Road to Park Road;

•The intersection of Springgrove Avenue and East Schantz.

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The work involves milling off the top surface of the asphalt roadway and laying new asphalt, according to the city. The streets will be closed to parking during the milling operation, and again when the new asphalt is placed, officials said.

“No Parking” signs will state the dates for the milling and repaving operations. The entire project should be completed in fewer than two weeks, according to the city.

Homeowners on the project roadways will have vehicle access to their driveway at all times throughout construction, except during the time periods when work is taking place in front of their homes, officials said.

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