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2012 Road Resurfacing
Release Date: September 25, 2012

The Village of Rye Brook will begin road resurfacing operations beginning Thursday, September 27th and lasting for approximately (3) three weeks (Weather changes will affect the schedule). During this time, road surfaces will be milled, curbs removed and prepared for new surface and curbing. Residents should not place leaves into the roadway; please pile leaves onto the front lawn area within the right of way, placing leaves in the roadway will slow paving operations. 
 
Resurfacing will occur on the following roads in their respective order:
 

  1. Jacqueline lane from the Cul-de-sac to Rock Ridge Drive  
  2. Bobbie Lane from North Ridge Street to Rock Ridge Drive
  3. Rock Ridge Drive from Bobbie to Cul-de-sac
  4. Ridge Boulevard from North Ridge to Village Line       
  5. Division Street from Bowman Ave to Westchester Avenue
  6. Roanoke from Westview Avenue to Dixon Street
  7. Wyman Street from South Ridge Street to Dead End
  8. Wyman Street North from Wyman Street to Cul-De-sac
 
During this time, residents can expect limited road closures, congestion and heavy equipment. Motorists are advised to be aware of elevated sewer drains and storm drains and use caution when driving over such roads, reduced speeds are strongly advised as these elevated structures may damage tires.
 
During the installation of new pavement, roads may be open to traffic on one lane only. Motorists should not drive on newly paved surfaces unless signaled. Once paving operations are completed crews will begin to install curbing. Curbing installation will take a couple of weeks as there are a significant amount of curbs to reinstall, and topsoil and seed backfill to follow behind. We ask for patience with the installation of curbing, as this phase is very time and labor intensive.    
 
Sincerely,
 
Michal J. Nowak
Superintendent of Public Works


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