Street Project Information
MORDECAI RESURFACING PROJECT: DECEMBER 2020
DECEMBER 8 Update from Jason Elmore: With the rain Monday and the cold temperatures today our schedule has been delayed a little. I will be passing out notices out to residents impacted by the paving the day before we begin. As of now the Mordecai neighborhood is slated to begin Thursday December 10th. Please see below for answers to questions.
Q: How long will we not be able to park on the street?
A: The entire day we are paving your section
Q: What time do the cars need to be moved on the day of repaving and when are we able to park again at our home once the repaving is completed?
A: Cars will need to be moved by 7am and can return to park on the street at 6pm
The schedule should go like this now:
12/10/20 Mordecai Drive-Delway to Chestnut
12/11/20 Mordecai Drive-Chestnut to Courtland, Sycamore-Mordecai to Courtland
12/14/20 Courtland Drive- Wake Forest Road to Mulberry Street
12/15/20 Courtland Drive-mulberry to Poplar, Chestnut Street-Mordecai to Courtland
DEC 1 Update: At this time work is scheduled to state on Monday December 7th. Here is the proposed plan and order of paving. This can obviously change depending on weather conditions, vehicles in our way, and potential mechanical issues. This will give you a good idea of what we can accomplish each day.
Day 1- Rankin, Columbia and Bennett
Day 2- Mordecai Drive-Delway to Chestnut
Day 3- Mordecai Drive-Chestnut to Courtland, Sycamore-Mordecai to Courtland
Day 4- Courtland Drive- Wake Forest Road to Mulberry street
Day 5- Courtland Drive- Mulberry to Poplar, Chestnut Street-Mordecai to Courtland
The biggest thing we are asking is that there is absolutely no street parking on the days your section is being paved. This will ensure that we are able to meet this schedule and get out of the neighborhood as soon as possible. People will be able to get to their driveways and to their houses but just not be able to park on the street. If you have any questions please let me know.
Thanks for your cooperation with the work.
Ed Stempien, P.E.
Construction Projects Administrator
City of Raleigh