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Bristol to Start Annual Crack Sealing — Did Your Street Make The List?

Bristol Public Works

The city of Bristol is scheduled to start its annual roadway crack sealing program starting Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

Public Works stated some streets may be added or deleted depending upon the actual quantity of crack sealing material used.

There may be minor traffic delays during construction, however, the road will remain open for mail delivery, emergency vehicles, and local traffic at all times.

Temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted as needed during construction.

Work will be completed in approximately 30 days.

The following streets are scheduled for crack sealed:

Maureen Drive

Perkins Street (Matthews St to Pinehurst Rd)

Dorset Horn Lane

Southdown Drive

Westwood Road (South Down to Skyview Terrace)

Suffolk Place

Baldwin Drive

Empire Way

McIntosh Drive

Quince Court

Pine Meadow Drive

El Toro Drive

Del Prado Drive

Robin Street

Pondview Lane

Mahue Street

Boivin Street

Claire Street

Crown Street

Judson Street

Chestnut Street

Pratt Street

Bethel Street

Gridley Street

Divinity Street

Peck Lane

Pierce Street

Patton Drive

MacArthur Court

Fall Mountain Road

Allentown Road

Cove Road

Merrill Court

Donovan Court

Witches Rock Road

Stevens Street (Jerome Ave to Stafford Ave)

Shrub Road

Buckboard Lane

Oxbow Drive

Oakhill Drive

North Main (Route 6 to Curtiss Street)

Willis Street (South Street to Wolcott town line)

Redstone Hill Road

Washington Street

Marsh Road

Chippanee Drive

Chippenwood Lane

Maple Ave (Burlington Ave to Jerome Ave)

Mix Street

Bristol Public Works says “If you should have questions or concerns about this project, please feel free to contact Public Works 584-6297.”

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