Milling and Paving Projects in Heather Hills and Little Avenue Neighborhoods

Date of release:  August 8, 2018

project mapBeginning Thursday, August 9 the contractor working for the City of Paducah, Jim Smith Contracting, will be initiating a milling and paving project in the Heather Hills neighborhood.  The work is expected to be completed in one week, weather-permitting.  During the street resurfacing work, crews expect to keep one lane of traffic open. 

Portions of the following roads in Heather Hills will be milled, and then the entire roadway sections will be paved.

  • Hedge Lane
  • High Street
  • Malborough Way (between Sherwood Road and Hedge Lane intersections
  • Mayfair Place
  • Sherwood Road (from 3663 house address to deadend of street)

Beginning Monday, August 13, crews will begin milling several roads in the Little Avenue neighborhood.  After the paving crews finish working in the Heather Hills neighborhood, it will take approximately one week for crews to complete the paving in the Little Avenue neighborhood.  Crews plan to keep one lane of traffic open during this project; however, to maneuver equipment, there will be temporary closures to Bloom Avenue and Chester Hack Drive.

The roadways that will be milled and paved are as follows:

  • Bloom Avenue (between Bechtold Road and Chester Hack Drive)
  • Blow Avenue (from Little Avenue to deadend of street)
  • Chester Hack Drive (between Little Avenue and Bloom Avenue)
  • Little Avenue (between the railroad and State Street)

Please use caution, and watch for the work crews and traffic control devices.  During this construction period, please avoid parking curbside on any of the streets scheduled for rehabilitation. 

These street rehabilitation projects are part of the City of Paducah’s annual street improvement plan.  A map showing these project areas and all of the roads scheduled for rehabilitation this year can be found at the following webpage http://paducahky.gov/streets.  Part of the funding is provided through the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Municipal Aid Program (MAP).  MAP funds are collected from the State gas tax and are allocated for maintenance, reconstruction, or construction of city streets. 

The City of Paducah maintains approximately 220 miles of streets.  If you have a question, please call the Engineering-Public Works Department at 270-444-8511.

 

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