Here Are The Streets That Will Be Resurfaced in Roswell This Summer

June 13, 2024
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Here Are The Streets That Will Be Resurfaced in Roswell This Summer

🛣️ The Gist: The City of Roswell will resurface or rejuvenate 46 city roads, totaling almost 12 miles, with work beginning this month.

🛠️ The Details: At their June 10 meeting, the Roswell City Council greenlit a $3.2 million contract with Summit Construction and Development to repave or rejuvenate 46 roads within the city. Key roads included in the project are portions of Canton Street, Crabapple Road, Scott Road, and Old Alabama Road. The project aims to enhance road conditions by the end of summer.

📝 By The Numbers:

  • Total Miles: 11.95 miles
  • Citywide Resurfacing: 3.49 miles
  • LMIG Funds: 2.36 miles
  • LRA Addition: 3.15 miles
  • Rejuvenation: 2.95 miles
  • Funding Sources: Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant funds from the Georgia Department of Transportation and the city’s annual budget.

📊 Complete List of Roads Being Worked On:

Milling and Resurfacing (City Funds):

  • Astwood Court (Powderdam Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Barkshire Lane (Dead End East to Dead End West)
  • Cedar Creek Court (Cedar Trace to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Cedar Trace (Coleman Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Champions Green Parkway (East Bound to Nesbit Ferry Road)
  • Cottonwood Close (River Oak Drive South to River Oak Drive North)
  • Falstaff Drive (Houze Way to Barkshire Lane)
  • Haleys Pond Drive (Crabapple Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Halstead Court (Powderdam Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Huntwick Court (Plantation Lane to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Huntwick Lane (Plantation Lane to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Live Oak Court (River Oak Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Long Circle (Canton Street to Thompson Place)
  • Maple Street (Atlanta Street to Dead End)
  • Milesford Court (Shurburne Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Page Place (Falstaff Drive to Traffic Circle)
  • Plantation Lane (Coleman Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Powderdam Drive (Shurburne Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Red Oak Court (River Oak Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • River Oak Drive (Crossville Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Shurburne Drive (Nesbit Ferry Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Tynebrae Court (Tynebrae Place to Traffic Circle)
  • Vista Leaf Court (River Oak Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Whittingham Court (Whittingham Place to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Whittingham Place (Hardscrabble Road to Cul-De-Sac)

Milling and Resurfacing (GDOT LMIG):

  • Canton Street (Woodstock Road to Fowler Avenue)
  • Crabapple Road (Fowler Avenue to Crossville Road)
  • Old Alabama Road (Riverside Road to Holcomb Bridge Road)

Milling and Resurfacing (GDOT LRA):

  • Coleman Drive (Chaffin Road to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Coleman Road (Magnolia Street to Hightower Road)
  • Coleman Road (Hightower Road to Marietta Highway)
  • Hardscrabble Road (Woodstock Road to King Road)

Rejuvenation (City Funds):

  • Azalea Drive (Willeo Road to Inverness Crossing)
  • Bannister Drive (South Atlanta Street to Dead End)
  • Bonnie Way (Inverness Crossing to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Hannaford Drive (Shallowford Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Highlands Court (Azalea Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Highlands Overlook (Highlands Trace to Traffic Circle)
  • Highlands Trace (Azalea Drive to Traffic Circle)
  • Inverness Approach (Azalea Drive to Marietta Highway)
  • Inverness Crossing (Cul-De-Sac South to Cul-De-Sac North)
  • Loch Harbor Court (Azalea Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Willeo Creek Court (Willeo Creek Drive to Cul-De-Sac)
  • Willeo Creek Drive (Shallowford Road to Shallowford Park Manor)
  • Willeo Creek Trace (Hannaford Drive to Willeo Creek Drive)

🌍 The Big Picture: Roswell’s resurfacing list stems from an annual road rating program evaluating roadways with a Pavement Condition Index. Roads with the lowest scores are prioritized for resurfacing. The effort aligns with the city’s commitment to maintain its infrastructure and improve transportation safety and efficiency.

📢 Why It Matters: For Roswell residents and visitors, these improvements mean smoother commutes, safer travel, and better road conditions. The project reflects the city’s ongoing investment in infrastructure and quality of life.

🔗 What You Can Do: For more details on Roswell’s resurfacing program and a list of roads expected to be repaved this year, visit Roswell’s resurfacing webpage.

🛤️ What’s Next?: Roadwork is scheduled to begin in June with an expected completion by the end of summer. Residents should prepare for possible traffic delays and plan alternative routes as needed.

💬 Your Take: How do you feel about the upcoming road resurfacing in Roswell? Are there other roads you think should have been included in this project? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


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