Will I have access to my driveway?

If the curb adjacent to your driveway or your concrete apron are being replaced, you will not have access for several days. Residents losing driveway access will receive a hand delivered notice one to three days prior to the curb removal. Typically you can drive over the new concrete 72 hours after it has been placed. The contractor will remove the barricades, or “horses”, when it is safe to drive on the concrete.

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1. What is resurfacing?
2. What work will be done?
3. What is the project schedule?
4. Will the roads be closed?
5. Will trucks and buses be able to use the road?
6. How do you decide what curb will be replaced?
7. How do you decide what sidewalk will be replaced?
8. What is a driveway apron?
9. If the curb at the end of my driveway is being replaced, will you also replace my driveway apron?
10. What if I want my whole driveway apron replaced or the curb depressed?
11. Will I have access to my driveway?
12. Can I park on the street during the project?
13. Can I drive on the tack coat?
14. When can I drive on the pavement?
15. When and how will the grass be restored?
16. Why does it take so long to complete the project? Why isn’t the contractor working today?
17. What happens if the contractor damages my sprinkler system, invisible dog fence, sump pump outlet, or brick paver apron in the parkway?
18. How can I check for updates?
19. What if I have more questions?