Strathmore should expect a few updates to local roads from the 30th of May till the 10th of June weather permitting.

Ethan Wilson, the Manager of Infrastructure in Strathmore, explains the goals of these projects.

“The Town’s paving projects are part of the road asset management program in which the town attempts to rehabilitate roads before they have to be replaced. This is done at a lower cost and typically provides a much longer lifespan to the roadway.”

Wilson also illustrates how these additions will benefit the community and its residents. 

“Having these roads improved will reduce the need for maintenance over the short term and will also mean the likelihood of potholes or cracking are minimized for many years. In the case of Westridge Road and Kinsmen Park, we are improving an existing gravel surface into a paved surface which means all year access as well as a cleaner community.”

Paving projects will take place May 30 through June 10 in the following locations, Bay Road, from Briarwood Road to Brentwood Drive, Bayview Crescent, Centre Street from just north of Green Meadows Drive to Parklane Drive.

Residents can expect temporary portions of the road or lanes may be closed, limited parking in the areas of construction, and instances, where only local traffic will have access on the days when paving, is taking place.



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