A street resurfacing project along Stone Avenue will begin Tuesday night, Sept. 8, and continue for two months.
The area between Pete Hollis and Wade Hampton boulevards will be completed first, followed by repaving at the I-385 interchange. The contractor will complete all work overnight, between the hours of 8 p.m. and 7 a.m.
While the road will remain open at all times, motorists can expect rolling lane closures and slower traffic through the area.
The City of Greenville owns and maintains approximately 260 centerline miles of streets and a primary responsibility of the Engineering Division is managing the City of Greenville’s Pavement Management Program, which includes street resurfacing, restriping and maintenance treatments. View the City’s current tentative rehabilitation schedule.
Streets that have deteriorated beyond the point of maintenance and repair can be selected for street resurfacing or major rehabilitation. A street resurfacing project usually includes some combination of full depth patching, milling and asphalt overlays. Rehabilitation projects are selected for roads that have significant subgrade issues and require the complete replacement or reclamation of a street section.
For more information about the City of Greenville’s Pavement Management Program or for questions regarding resurfacing on your street, contact Nick De Palma at 864-467-4400.
Prepared by the City of Greenville.