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Voter-Approved Citywide Paving Continues

PAWTUCKET – Mayor Donald R. Grebien, the Pawtucket City Council, and the Department of Public works have announced the citywide repaving of streets and roads.

“Quality of life for our residents is of utmost importance, which is why the repaving plan continues to be so aggressive,” said Mayor Donald R. Grebien. “I thank the City Council for their partnership, the hard working men and women of the Department of Public works, and, most importantly, our residents who passed the bond referendum with overwhelming support.”

Road repaving for Fiscal Year 2020 is anticipated to be complete by July 30th, a date delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The over 6.5 miles of repaving will add to the more than 100 miles of street that have been repaved by the City since 2011. In 2018, voters approved a $5-million-dollar road bond that is estimated to repave another 15 miles of road.

A list of the streets being repaved and their start to finish locations can be found below. Anyone with further questions can contact the Department of Public Works at 401-728-0500 ext. 233.

Street

From

To

DAGGETT AVE

Central Ave

Armistice Blvd (Both Sides)

DAGGETT AVE

Benefit St

Central Ave

NORFOLK AVE

Daggett Ave south

Liverpool Ave

DEMING ST

City Line

Mill St

WEBSTER ST

Mendon Ave

Kenyon Ave

PARK ST

East St

Gooding St

PARK ST

Gooding St

Central Ave

ROSEMONT AVE

Carter Ave

Armistice Blvd west

PERRIN AVE

Robinson Ave

Armistice Blvd west

MAYNARD

Walcott St

Johnson St

DIVISION ST

George Bennett Highway

South Bend St

BREWSTER ST

Division St

Beechwood Ave

BYRON AVE

Beverage Hill Rd

Campbell St

PINE GROVE ST

Oregon Ave

Beverage Hill Rd

OAK HILL AVE

East Ave

Ridge St

DRYDEN AVE

East Ave

East Ave

KENILWORTH WAY

East Ave

Capwell Ave

WALTHAM ST

Blodgett Ave

Capwell Ave

NANCY ST

Pawtucket Ave

West Ave

WARREN AVE

Esten Ave

End

ESTEN AVE

Moshassuck St

Southside of Vale

RANDALL ST

Pine St

West Ave

GARDEN ST

Grace St

Brown St

EXCHANGE ST

Goff Ave

Montgomery St

BARTON ST

Broad St

Montgomery St

BLOOMINGDALE AVE

Hurley Ave

End

FILLMORE ST

Grand View Ave

Toledo Ave

DORA ST

City LIne

Piave St

HILLCREST AVE

Power Rd

Dora St

WEST FOREST AVE

Power Rd

Legion Dr

WEEDEN ST.

Smithfield Ave

Conant St


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 29, 2020
Contact: Wil Arboleda
401-728-0500 ext. 358

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