FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 16, 2019
The City of
Kingston’s Department of Public Works
Round of Paving of 2019
KINGSTON, NY – Mayor Steve Noble and the
Superintendent of Public Works, Edward Norman, are pleased to announce the
third round of paving of City of Kingston streets in 2019. Beginning July 24,
2019, and weather depending, five streets will be milled and paved:
off of Andrew St.
Jervis Street, off
of Andrew St.
A portion of
Augusta from Andrew St to the dead-end
There may be detours and changes in
traffic patterns due to this work. Property owners and residents will be
notified by mail and are asked to keep all vehicles off the street during
paving. Roadwork is expected to be completed on July 29, weather depending.
Round 1 of paving, which was completed in
early May, included sections of Wilbur Avenue and South Washington Avenue,
Petit Avenue, Klingberg Avenue and Condie Street. Round 2 of paving, which was
completed in mid-June, included Newkirk Avenue, Hanratty Street, Delaware Ave
from Corporate Drive to the intersection of 9-W, and Hasbrouck Ave from
Delaware Ave to East Chester Street.
“If you look around the City right now,
you will see much-needed work being done to improve infrastructure. Central
Hudson has begun milling and paving on their completed gas-line replacement
construction areas, and the City’s Department of Public Works’ crews will be
out paving for our residents,” said Mayor Noble. “You will be able to see the
improvements in real time as we continue to work to better our community.”
The next round of paving is expected to be
announced in the next couple of weeks.