Road resurfacing efforts are underway in Daytona Beach.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Daytona Beach is investing in the maintenance, rehabilitation, and repaving of neighborhood streets to preserve roadway conditions and improve the community’s quality of life with a road resurfacing program that kicked off at the start of the new fiscal year; and announced the rehabilitation and repaving of two dozen streets.
According to a release, as of this week, crews from Asphalt Paving Systems will begin rehabilitating Warnock Avenue, from White to Seneca streets, and Mississippi Street, from Iowa to Alabama streets. Residents in the area have received door hangers notifying them of the impending work.
Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. There will be temporary lane and road closures during construction.
Future roadway improvements are in the works for the Madison Heights neighborhood following the evaluation of utilities beneath the streets. More than twenty roadway segments on the city’s beachside have plans for repaving starting later this month.
Upon completion of the repaving of the streets on beachside, other areas of focus in the road resurfacing program include the Woodcliff subdivision, Cedar Highlands neighborhood, Lakewood Park area, streets in Midtown, and east-west streets near South Beach Street.
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