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Mayor Horrigan stated that since he took office, the City has paved close to 400 centerline miles of roadway. He thanked the service crews who make this improvement possible each year.
The paving list and schedule are subject to change due to various circumstances such as weather and underground utility work. If streets are being used as highly traveled detour routes for various construction projects, resurfacing on those roads may be delayed. The Alternate (ALT) streets are only performed if additional funding becomes available and time allows.
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The City grades the condition of each street and paves the "worst first", taking into consideration traffic conditions and clustering streets together to reduce mobilization costs and maximize efficiency. Signage will be posted on each street several days before resurfacing work is scheduled to begin. Traffic is maintained as much as possible during this work, but on-street parking is prohibited on the dates posted.
For more information about the 2023 Street Resurfacing list or any other questions related to it, residents can contact the Mayor's 3-1-1 Action Center or follow updates on social media pages such as Facebook: City of Akron, Ohio – Mayor's Office; Twitter: @AkronOhioMayor.
The City of Akron is committed to providing its citizens with safe and efficient roadways through its annual Street Resurfacing program.
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