Street work planned in Danville

Street work planned in Danville

DANVILLE — Contractors will begin resurfacing some streets in the city next month.

Each year, the city of Danville earmarks some money for micro-surfacing, which involves applying a thin asphalt-cement mix that takes 3 hours to cure.

Weather permitting, the first micro-surfacing will begin Oct. 3 and continue for at least four days, which may include morning or afternoon work

Each street will be closed to all traffic during the application and curing time, so city officials encourage residents to adjust travel and parking plans accordingly. And prior to the work, city street sweepers will remove excess rock and debris from the streets, and "no parking" signs will be placed along each street 24 hours prior to work beginning.

The following streets will be resurfaced next month: Buchanan Street south of Main Street; Bumgart Street; Home Street; Perrysville Avenue; and all streets located in the Lake Shore subdivision south of Liberty Lane.

For more information, call the city's engineering and urban services department at 431-3441.

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