- Construction Projects
- Fall 2022 Paving Schedule
Fall 2022 Paving Schedule
Tilcon, the Town’s paving contractor will be back in town starting Thursday afternoon, October 27th, to complete the paving for the year. The list of locations in order of work is as follows, depending on weather conditions:
|Orchard Street Bridge over I-91 (10/27)|
|Gilbert Avenue Bridge over I-91 (10/28)|
|Inwood Road (10/28 & 10/29)|
|Old Tannery Lane (week of 10/31)|
|Wildwood Road (week of 10/31)|
|Highland Street (week of 10/31)|
|Century Hills Drive (weeks of 10/31 & 11/7)|
*Also, on Friday 10/29, Rocco Iadarola, another Town contractor, will be installing brick-style crosswalks on Church Street and Old Main Street near Town Hall.
Please be aware that roads will be open to alternating single-lane traffic controlled by uniform flaggers and/or police.
Emergency vehicles and buses will not be detoured and can pass through at any time during these operations.
The Town of Rocky Hill prohibits irrigation, invisible dog fences, etc. within the Town’s street right of way or easement, as these areas are reserved for sidewalks, signs, and utilities. Although prohibited, the Town is aware that there are existing irrigation systems, etc. within the right of way. It is the property owner’s responsibility to mark out the locations prior to the start of construction. Every effort will be made to avoid them, but if they are damaged, it is the property owner’s responsibility for the repairs.
- Normal hours of work are Monday thru Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm but on occasion may be adjusted.
- Please refrain from parking vehicles on the road during the restoration work and please ask that your contractor(s) and visitors also not park in the streets during this process.
- Limited access will be allowed during roadwork operations. One lane shall be open to traffic at all times to allow for local vehicular traffic (school buses, trash collection, emergency vehicles, and residents) to pass, but there may be short periods where your driveway will be blocked during paving.
- The timeframe between milling and repaving a road can be several weeks. During this period there will be utility structures (catch basins, manholes, water and gas valves) raised above the milled surface. They will be marked, but care should be taken when driving on these roads to avoid them.
- Should you have any questions or concerns you may contact Jason Scott, Civil Engineer at (860) 258-7674 (office), (860) 986-7561 (cell), or the Engineering Department office at (860) 258-2766.
There will be some inconveniences during construction, and we thank you for your patience and cooperation during this process. Caution should be exercised during this time to drive slowly and carefully and please observe all traffic signs and flaggers.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND COOPERATION