Alexandria’s street resurfacing program is heating up over the next few months, with Del Ray and some surrounding neighborhoods getting the lion’s share.
The current round of street resurfacing is scheduled to run from June 27 (yesterday) and Friday, July 8.
In addition to street resurfacing, the city said it will be performing some much-needed sidewalk maintenance for King Street along Taylor Run (just north of the George Washington Masonic Memorial) and Quaker Lane.
“Residents whose streets are scheduled for resurfacing receive advance notice of paving work — typically by displayed project signs and/or letters,” the release said. “Temporary ‘No Parking’ signs will be also posted before work begins. Please be sure to observe these signs to avoid tickets and potential towing of vehicles.”
The streets scheduled for resurfacing are:
- Montrose Avenue (from East Raymond Avenue to Richmond Highway)
- Terrett Avenue (from East Mt Ida to East Randolph Avenue)
- Stewart Avenue (from Mount Vernon Avenue to East Randolph Avenue)
- Executive Avenue (from Kentucky Avenue to Mount Vernon Avenue)
- Alabama Avenue (from Kentucky Avenue to Carolina Place)
- Holly Street (from Aspen Street to West Mt Ida Avenue)
- Aspen Street (from Landover Street to Russell Road – exclude Service Road)
- Burgess Avenue (entire length – exclude Service Road)
- Guthrie Avenue (from Landover Street to Mosby Street – exclude Service Road)
- Birch Street (from Holly Street to Russell Road)
- Pine Street (from Holly Street to Russell Road)
- Allison Street (from Valley Drive to Old Dominion Boulevard)
The sidewalks scheduled for maintenance are:
- King Street (Russell Road to Janneys Lane)
- West Braddock Road (King Street to Russell Road)
- North Quaker Lane (Duke Street to Janneys Lane)
- Second Street Restoration (North Pitt Street to North Royal Street)
The city will also be performing some maintenance to alleyways and will be repairing the guardrails at eastbound Duke Street and Van Dorn Street.
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