Road work takes over Norwalk
Jun 12, 2014 at 10:20 AM
Local motorists beware — the fun is just beginning.
Erie Blacktop has started the resurfacing of U.S. 250 within the city limits.
Josh Snyder, public works director, outlined what residents can expect for the next two months.
Milling and grinding and paving some of the worst sections will take place on U.S. 250 from the north to south city limits for the entire month of June.
During the second, third and fourth weeks of July, crews will apply the top course of pavement from the south to north city limits.
Also, in the third and fourth weeks of July, crews will continue milling and grinding the rest of the pavement.
In the fourth and fifth weeks of July, surface course paving on the remainder of the road will take place.
Manholes and valves will be adjusted in the first and second weeks of August, while final striping will occur the third and fourth weeks of August.
Traffic has already been backed up around town this week due to the work.
Read the full story in Thursday's Norwalk Reflector.