Phase two of the 2019 milling and paving project will start on Friday, August 2nd. Plan in advance for extended traffic congestion, brief total road closures, and detoured routes.
Phase two of the 2019 milling and paving project will start on Friday, August 2nd. The roadways are expected to first be milled, which should take approximately 3 days to complete. Following the milling crew, the paving crew will complete the project and do the final surface overlay, which should take another 4-5 days, weather permitting.
Meetinghouse Road: From County Line Road to Moreland Avenue
Maple Avenue: From Easton Road to Horsham Road
Lower State Road: Welsh Road to just past Squire Drive
During the paving project, all streets will be open to local traffic and emergency vehicles. Meaning if you reside on the roadway that is being resurfaced, you will be allowed access to and from your home. Other residents using these roadways are to plan in advance for extended traffic congestion, brief total road closures, and detoured routes.
Each property owner prior to the start of the projects are encouraged to check all mailboxes to ensure they are between 42” and 46” inches in height, and a minimum of 6" behind the face of the curb (or 12" off the roadway if no curb exists) which is within federal postal regulations. This will help to prevent damage to your mailbox during the milling and paving operations. If your mailbox is not placed properly and is knocked down during the paving process, the township will not be responsible for damages.
The Public Works Department would like to thank the affected residents for their patience and cooperation during the paving project.