FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 14, 2022
October Round of Paving Announced
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Steven T. Noble and the Department of Public Works are pleased to announce the next round of paving will be the following streets:
Preparation in the area has already begun. Milling is expected to begin on Monday, October 17, with paving on Thursday, October 20, weather depending.
Preparation for temporary paving repair on Albany Avenue has already begun. Milling on Albany Avenue from the rail trail bridge to Flatbush Ave is expected to begin on Monday, October 24, with paving on Tuesday, October 25 and Wednesday, October 26, weather depending.
“I thank the Public Works Department for all of their efforts to get as much paving done in this season as possible and I am pleased that we will be able to complete a temporary measure to smooth Albany Avenue while we work on the design plans for sewer improvements below,” said Mayor Noble.
Edward Norman, Superintendent of the Public Works Department said, “The DPW has had a banner year with paving, and we are continuing as late as possible into the fall season. I would like to thank the public for their patience as we make every effort to improve the streets of Kingston. I would also like to thank the Mayor and the Common Council for the additional funding that we are using to pave the streets. Please remember to travel safely through our work zones as our staff continues to make improvements to our city’s streets.”
Paving of the section of Albany Avenue from Clinton Avenue to the 587-Roundabout (approximately 480 feet) is not yet scheduled, but is expected to be completed this season.
More paving is expected to be announced before the end of this paving season. Additional information about paving projects can be found at https://kingston-ny.gov/paving.
Weekly roadwork updates can be found at https://kingston-ny.gov/news/?FeedID=1601.