The Oak Ridge Public Works Department has a street resurfacing project that is under way and expected to continue for several weeks, a press release said.
It said Public Works Department crews have completed preparation work along Paine Lane and South Purdue Avenue. Crews are now preparing North Purdue Avenue for resurfacing. Rogers Group Inc., working under contract for the City of Oak Ridge, will finish the resurfacing, the press release said.
“Drivers should be advised that some locations may have a rough or bumpy surface until Rogers Group crews are able to complete the final surface on the streets,” the release said.
Streets that will be resurfaced as part of the project, in addition to the streets listed above, are listed below:
|Darwin Lane||Manchester Road|
|Delaware Avenue||Nebraska Avenue|
|Euclid Circle & Place||Norris Lane|
|Graceland Road||Norwood Lane|
|Hendrix Drive||Rolling Links Blvd|
|Kentucky Avenue||Rutgers Avenue|
|Laboratory Road||Vance Road|
|Lafayette Drive||Vassar Road|
Questions about street resurfacing or any other Public Works project can be directed to the department by calling (865) 425-1875 or sending an email to [email protected].
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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