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Street resurfacing headed to Seminary Hill and Arlandria

Four Mile Road in Arlandria (image via Google Maps)

After work on city sidewalks and alleyways, Alexandria is headed back to Seminary Road for more neighborhood street resurfacing over the next week.

Between yesterday (Sept. 6) and next Friday (Sept. 16), the Department of Transportation and Environmental Services will be hitting up several neighborhood streets around Seminary Hill and Arlandria.

“Residents whose streets are scheduled for resurfacing receive advance notice of paving work — typically by displayed project signs and/or letters,” the city said in a release. “Temporary ‘No Parking’ signs will also be posted before work begins. Please be sure to observe signs to avoid tickets and towing of vehicles.”

The full list of streets being resurfaced over the next week:

  • Bennett Street (from Saylor Place to end)
  • Saylor Place (entire length)
  • Sterling Avenue (from North Quaker Lane to end)
  • Coventry Lane (from North Quaker Lane to end)
  • South Floyd Street (from Duke Street to Wheeler Avenue)
  • Notabene Drive (from Old Dominion Boulevard to Four Mile Road)
  • Four Mile Road (from Mount Vernon Avenue to Florence Drive)
  • Aspen Street (from Landover Road to Russell Road)

Image via Google Maps

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