Mount Vernon Estates Subdivision Concrete Slab Replacement Project
Week of June 18th: The contractor will begin pouring concrete on the 19th in Phase 4.
- Driveways in Phase 4 will be inaccessible while the contractor removes and pours the new concrete.
- Updates will be provided as they are available.
Mount Vernon Estates Letter
Phase 1 & 2 Traffic Plan
Phase 3 & 4 Traffic Plan
Roads in Mount Vernon Estates (MVE) that are not part of the concrete slab replacement project will be receiving an asphalt overlay in Summer 2018. Unassigned Fund Balance from the current fiscal year was appropriated as a one time expenditure to roads. Due to the alignment of the already scheduled asphalt project in MVE with the newly available funds, City Administration was able to schedule a concrete project to address the most high traffic roads in this subdivision. The asphalt overlay portion of the project will be handled by the City of Troy Engineering Department (248.524.3383).Questions? Contact Us!
Department of Public Works
Ashely Levin, Project Manager
Somerset Park Apartments - Somerset, Kirts to Coolidge
Phase 2: Eastbound Somerset, Kirts to Coolidge
Week of June 18th: The contractor will be working to close up the remaining areas that are gapped.
For the duration of this project only WB traffic will be permitted (shifted to EB Somerset). The following detour will be posted for EB Somerset traffic:
- WB Somerset > NB Coolidge > EB Golfview > WB Somerset
- During this time, traffic will not be permitted to enter Somerset from Coolidge.
- Additionally, the intersection of Dorchester @ Somerset will be closed for the duration of this project; through traffic will not be permitted.
Expected Completion: June 2018
Local Road Concrete Slab Replacement
The contractor will replace half of the road at a time to avoid full road closures. During this time driveways may be inaccessible while the contractor is working. If a driveway will be inaccessible the contractor will provide a notice on the door of the home at least 24 hours in advance so that vehicles do not get blocked in driveways.
Once the concrete has been removed the area will be formed and graded. After concrete has been poured it will need to cure (or dry) for at least 5-10 days. Once the concrete has fully cured it will be re-opened and the contractor will flip to the other side of the street and repeat the process.
Please check back for updates as this project progresses.
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