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Road Resurfacing Underway in Scarsdale

repavingAn ambitious road repaving program is now underway in Scarsdale. The resurfacing will temporarily close some of the Village's main thoroughfares to allow for smooth new roadways for residents. The total estimated cost for the fall paving work is $625,000 and the work will be done from now through mid-September. According to Scarsdale's Deputy Village Manager Robert Cole, scheduled dates are dependent on the weather, contractor progress, equipment and other factors.

Here is the current resurfacing plan:

Thursday – 8/25: mill Crane Road
Friday – 8/26: mill Garth Road and move to Freightway after 10 AM

Monday – 8/29 through Friday 9/2: pave Freightway, Garth, Stonehouse, Autenrieth, Oakwood, Woodland, Church, Crane, Ogden

Monday – 9/5: Labor Day – no work

Tuesday – 9/6 through Friday 9/10: pave Saxon Woods, Black Birch, Mamaroneck Road, Copper Beach, and Normandy.

If you see road closures and detours, remember that all this work will result in improved roads for Scarsdale.

Con Edison Repairs: Deputy Village Manager Robert Cole also shared the following information about two emergency repairs on Village streets.

On Fox Meadow Road Con Edison is making an emergency repair to a transmission line joint (which is very sensitive).

At the interection of Oakstwain and Brewster Road, two repairs are in process: A gas main/valve is being replaced on Brewster Road while on Oakstwain they are doing, "a direct-bury service that was also an emergency and had to cross the whole width of the road. Con Edison will have restoration responsibilities, as well."

 

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-1 #5 Why Mamaroneck Road? 2016-08-25 18:28
Why is Mamaroneck Road between Carthage and Westchester Reform Temple being repaved? Don't recall a problem there.
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+6 #4 Bad Roads 2016-08-25 16:16
White Plains Road? It was paved last year in Eastchester.
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+7 #3 Hockey Dad 2016-08-24 16:13
I know that the photo accompanying this story is stock as there are NEVER that many people working on a Scarsdale Road at one time and the end product is NEVER that uniform...
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+5 #2 Fox Meadow 2016-08-24 08:46
What can be done to get the Village to re-pave the sidewalk on Fox Meadow road that residents take to and from the train? Most people just walk on the street because the paving is so bad.
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+4 #1 Scarsdale Neighbor 2016-08-24 08:45
What about Fox Meadow Road (between Ogden and Chesterfield)? That road has continuously been patched up and it looks terrible. Massive trucks that carried materials for the Christie Place condos, Crane Road bridge and Popham Road bridge all used that road. Someone from town comes every now and then to patch up one pot hole while leave 50 others unfilled. I would like to see the street entirely repaved.
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