Friday, May 25, 2018

Week of May 29, 2018 Weather Permitting

For the week of May 29, 2018 Weather Permitting

Pothole Update
  • This week the DPW crews repaired the potholes on Trinity Row, Front Street, Evergreen Street, Villone Drive, and Crosspath Road.  They are in the process of working on Spring Street and Riverside Drive. The largest potholes are being filled first to alleviate hazards to motor vehicles.  As hazards arise and are identified they will be addressed. 
  • To report a pothole please visit:
Hinckley Street
  • Ludlow Construction will be installing drainage infrastructure in the Outfall Area below Riverside Drive and possibly crossing Riverside Drive beginning Wednesday.  This work entails excavation, pipe and manhole installation, backfilling, and grading.
  • Traffic on Riverside Drive and Hinckley Street will be restricted and detours may be in place.  Public Safety officers will be on duty.
  • The work of replacement of water and sewer utilities is complete.  New sidewalk, roadway reconstruction and repaving, and a raised crosswalk in Nonotuck Street is upcoming this summer.
Chesterfield Road at Kennedy Road - Upper Roberts Meadow Reservoir Dam
  • SumCo Eco-Contracting, LLC will be installing erosion and sedimentation controls, continue with selective clearing and establishing an access road.
  • The project will remove the Upper Roberts Reservoir Dam to restore the Roberts Meadow Brook stream channel to its natural course. 
Pleasant Street
  • Columbia Gas will be installing new gas main on Pleasant Street between Main Street and Kirkland Avenue. Motorists should EXPECT DELAYS and seek alternate routes if possible. The work is anticipated to take several months to complete.
Clement Street Bridge
  • Repair work for the Clement Street Bridge has been awarded to N.E.L. Corporation. Project submittals are currently under review. Anticipated project completion and bridge re-opening is summer 2018.
  • Pedestrian and bicyclist use of the bridge will be allowed except during active construction which is anticipated to begin in early June.