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Posted on: April 20, 2017

Clayton's 3-Year Curb/Gutter and Pavement Project

Spring of 2016 marked the beginning of a three-year comprehensive Road Resurfacing Program. The work consists of a six million project over three years that will resurface 67 lane miles of local roads and 15 lane miles of arterial roads.

The first step of this project is to repair or replace damaged curb, gutters and driveway approaches.  Residents whose properties are in need of one or more of these repairs will receive a letter detailing what needs to be repaired or replaced.  Once the repairs are completed, the street paving program will follow.

Here are the list of streets scheduled to be paved in 2017

Paving Schedule
Please note:  This is a best case schedule.  Weather and equipment issues may cause delays.

The asphalt contractors are ready to move into Clayton and start the paving process. The week of May 22nd the contractor will start the 'mill and fill' process on Westbrook Rd between Union to Diamond Mill Rd.

After the repaving is complete the contractor will then complete the following: 
- 'Old Clayton Village' pave all the streets and alleys
- Murray, Hill and the Clinton streets (approx. 2nd week of June)
- Mintwood, Elin, Lockwood, Rahway, and Greenbank streets
- Cheri Lynne (North of Thelma), Gold Key, Elway (south of Thelma) street (approx. 3rd week of June)
- all of the roads North of and including Honeybrook in that neighborhood 
- all roads south of Honeybrook in that neighborhood (Approx. mid-July)

A total of 62 streets will be paved under traffic control. This means that all parked cars will need to be removed from the streets during the paving process, but they can allow traffic to pass. The only time your driveways will be blocked is when the paver and rollers are in front of them. Once the equipment passes and they roll the new asphalt, you can return or leave your driveway. Notice will be given 24-hrs prior to paving starting on the street.

Any questions should be directed to Randy Sanders, Public Service Director at (937) 836-3500 x123.

We appreciate everyone's patience during this process and look forward to better roadways!


What to Expect
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