Road Construction Notification - Harrison Street

Published on Nov 01, 2016 at 04:21p.m.

Mayor Dr. Joseph P. Scarpelli, would like to notify residents of an upcoming road project that may impact Township residents. This notification is in an effort to inform residents of the scope of the work, as well as to maintain a level of safety within the community. Our goal is to minimize disruption to our residents while working as quickly and as efficiently as possible to correct the issue. If you have any questions regarding the below information, please do not hesitate to contact Mayor Scarpelli’s office at the Department of Public Works at 973-284-4958.

ROAD CONSTRUCTION NOTIFICATION
Harrison Street
Location: Franklin Avenue to Passaic Avenue

Beginning on or about Wednesday, November 2, 2016, weather permitting and continuing through November 2016, we will be upgrading select curbs, sidewalks, driveway aprons and the milling, paving and striping of the roadway. The work hours will generally be Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:00am and 5:00pm. Any changes in this work schedule will be communicated in advance.

CONTRACTOR OF RECORD: Cifelli and Son General Construction, Inc., Nutley, New Jersey
Telephone: 973-235-0302

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:

  • Street/Roadway will be closed during construction hours;
  • Due to nature of the work there may be delays as equipment is moved;
  • If posted, please follow all specified detour routes;
  • Traffic delays are expected – please plan alternate routes.

RESIDENT IMPACTS:

  • Street closures during construction hours for vehicles;
  • Due to nature of the work there may be delays as equipment is moved;
  • Entry to Driveways will be limited;
  • Contact the Nutley Police Department regarding overnight parking restrictions.

PEDESTRIAN IMPACTS

  • Pedestrian walkway access may be limited during construction period;
  • We ask that when accessing these areas you use extreme caution.

We appreciate your cooperation and thank you for your patience while we rebuild Nutley’s infrastructure.

If you have any questions or concerns or would like to learn more about the project, please call (973) 284-4958.

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