Pavement preservation project to startSeptember 18, 2020
By Herald Staff
JASPER — The Jasper Street Department and contractor Pavement Solutions will begin a pavement preservation project around 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
All vehicles must be removed from the affected streets and out of driveways, should residents intend to leave throughout the day of preservation to their street. These streets will be closed during this process, and motorists will not be allowed to travel on them.
The street being processed, should however, reopen each evening, depending on drying conditions.
All residents will be notified via a door hanger, the day prior to their street being processed.There will be a lot of switching from street to street as drying conditions and traffic flow is continually assessed.
Streets impacted are: Robert Street from 13th to 14th street; Wilson Street from 13th to 14th street; Dorbett Street from 13th to 14th street; Fifth Street from Clay to St. John street; Fifth Street from St John Street to Scott Rolen Drive; Fifth Street from Scott Rolen Drive to U.S. 231; Scott Rolen Drive from Fifth Street to south end; St. John Street from Fourth to Sixth street; and Howard Drive from Northwood Avenue to 33rd Street.
This project should be completed by the end of the day on Friday, barring inclement weather or any other unforeseen events.
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