2019 Annual Resurfacing Projects

Post Date:03/21/2019 10:24 AM
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UPDATE (3 p.m. 3/27/19): West Rosemary Street between Pritchard Avenue and Church Street will be paved beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday, March 28. This work should not take the full day.

The contractor, Carolina Sunrock, will then move on to Clayton Road and Gardner Circle.

Weaver Dairy Road Extension resurfacing was changed to next week, the week of April 1.

Previously released: The contractor for the Town of Chapel Hill’s annual street resurfacing, Carolina Sunrock, will begin milling and paving the week of March 25.

The entire project should take less than three weeks, weather permitting. Minor delays are expected in the work zones.

The project will begin on Weaver Dairy Road Extension from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Homestead Road. The contractor will move on to the following locations upon completion:

  • Clayton Road, Caswell Road to the cul-de-sac
  • Gardner Circle, Weyer Drive to Highgrove Drive
  • Rosemary Street and Church Street, in front of the AC Marriott Hotel
  • Weyer Drive

The annual street resurfacing was approved by the Chapel Hill Town Council on June 27, 2018. More information about that meeting can be found at bit.ly/2TZUpxK.

More information on annual street resurfacing can be found at townofchapelhill.org/town-hall/departments-services/public-works/streets-and-construction/street-maintenance/resurfacing-projects-fiscal-year-2019.

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