FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 28, 2021
City of Kingston
Announces Fourth Round of 2021 Paving
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Steven T. Noble and the City of Kingston Department of Public Works are
pleased to announce the next round of paving in 2021 includes Hunter Street
from Wurts to Ravine and McEntee Street from Broadway to West Pierpont.
The Department of Public Works
will begin milling these areas on or about August 2, weather depending. Paving
is scheduled to commence on August 9, 2021. Paving is
expected to be completed by August 13, weather permitting. There will be
intermittent lane changes and detours, which may cause slight delays.
“This has been a very busy and
productive construction season for us here in the City of Kingston,” said Mayor
Noble. “Just this week, construction for the Broadway Grand Intersection
Improvements Project began, and the DOT team is paving Washington Avenue from Hurley Ave to the bridge over Esopus Creek. We know this
may feel like a lot of detour signs, but we’re making great progress in
improving the City’s infrastructure for our residents. Thanks as always to the
men and women of the Department of Public Works, who work hard to see all of
these important projects through.”
More information about paving
projects in the City of Kingston can be found at https://kingston-ny.gov/paving.