The most aggressive road paving effort since the 1990s will begin next week in Doylestown Borough, officials announced Monday.
The “massive road repair effort” is needed to fix streets impacted by a “long and destructive winter,” according to borough officials.
A $45,000 “pothole blitz” will kick off repairs and the effort will continue with the paving of 13 streets in the borough.
The Public Works Department “will be out in full force throughout town performing permanent, hot patch repairs on major trouble spots,” borough officials announced. Additionally, $8,000 has been specifically dedicated to a large scale patching project on Lafayette and Cottage streets.
The following Doylestown Borough streets are scheduled to be repaved.
- Shewell Avenue (Court to Union)
- Broad Street (Doyle to Shady Retreat)
- Pine Street (Court to Oakland)
- N. West Street (State to Union)
- Homestead Drive Creek Drive (Linden to Swamp)
- S. West Street (State to Court)
- Hillcrest Drive
- Doyle Street (West to Clinton)
- Mercer Avenue
- Chapman Avenue