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Posted on: September 27, 2023

[ARCHIVED] PSE&G milling and paving schedule for October 2023

image of paving truck on a partially paved road with an orange cone in the front

The City of Summit Department of Community Services is providing a schedule for milling and paving operations to be performed by PSE&G in Summit in October 2023, weather permitting. Schedule is subject to change.

Updated on Monday, October 23:

October 24: paving
Karen Way between Canoe Brook Parkway and Woodland Avenue
Hartley Road between Butler Parkway and Woodland Avenue
Wade Drive

October 25: paving
Essex Road between Dogwood Drive and Whittredge Road
Dogwood Drive between Essex Road and 80 Dogwood Drive
Rotary Drive between Ashland Road and Drum Hill Drive

October 26: paving
Rotary Drive between Ashland Road and Drum Hill Drive

Milling and paving operations will be performed between the hours of 8AM and 5PM unless otherwise noted in the schedule. Overnight milling and paving operations will be performed on Springfield Avenue, Maple Street, and Beechwood Road between the hours of 7PM and 6AM as noted in the schedule. Affected roads will be closed to traffic when crews are working on each road. Roads will remain closed for a few hours after paving is complete to allow the pavement to cure.

Summit Police officers will be onsite to direct traffic and assist with local access on affected streets where detours are in place. Access for emergency vehicles will be provided. Written notifications will be delivered by the contractor to all affected property owners.

During project work, residents should park on neighboring side streets. If it is necessary to leave cars on the street overnight, please submit a request to the Summit Police Department online to avoid being ticketed.

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