Paving work on Aspen Avenue and Wood Duck Avenue starts Monday

    (Photo courtesy of CBJ)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - As part of the City & Borough of Juneau's 2022 Area-Wide Paving Project, two paving projects will begin Monday.

    On Wood Duck Avenue, the cul-de-sac north of Taku, construction workers will remove the existing pavement on Monday, and pave it upon grade approval prior to Saturday, August 20th.

    The second paving project will occur at Aspen Avenue, between Portage and Pinewood.

    Construction workers will remove the existing pavement on Monday, and pave it upon grade approval prior to Saturday, August 20th.

    Construction crews will operate between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday, August 15th through Saturday, August 20th.

    During the asphalt removal and grading operations, the affected street and residences are estimated to have only minor delays to vehicular traffic, and access is only to be granted to residents in the work zone.

    No through traffic will be allowed.

    During the asphalt paving operations, the affected streets will be closed to traffic with no vehicular access to residences.

    Residences will be given a 24 hours notice prior to the beginning of paving operations.

    Residents who need to use their vehicles during the paving time are asked to move their vehicles out of the driveway and off the street by 6:00 am the day paving is scheduled.

    Residents with questions and concerns or who need special assistance in accessing their homes during paving operations can contact John Hollatz of Wilson Engineering or Buck Svinick of Secon Construction as stated below.

    John Hollatz of Wilson Engineering is available for contact through jhollatz@wileng.net or by phone at (907) 321-7760.

    Buck Svinick of Secon Construction is available for contact through bsvinicki@coalaska.com or by phone at (907) 780-5145.

    Furthermore, the public can contact CBJ Project Manager John Nelson in regard to the CBJ 2022 Area-Wide Paving Project through John.Nelson@juneau.org or by phone at (907) 957-2187.

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