The City of Waterbury and Mayor Neil O'Leary have released an updated list of city streets that are going to be milled and paved in the upcoming weeks. The work around the city has been primarily happening in the East End since the beginning of June and it's being done by Tilcon and my buddy Tim's business, Black & Boucher out of Watertown.

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Mayor O'Leary took to social media this week to announce an updated list of city streets that will be milled and paved over the next few weeks. The workers are going to be wrapping up their work in the East End of town and moving towards the Bunker Hill and Town Plot neighborhoods next.

The upcoming milling and paving operations typically take place weekdays between 7 AM and 5 PM. Residents are being advised that there may be delays, detours and alternate routes while the work is being done, so plan accordingly. Residents and businesses around the work are also being advised to not park on the streets to be paved and "No Parking" signs will be posted before the machines move in.

Here is a list of Waterbury roads and streets that will be paved over the next few weeks:

  • Deerfield Avenue
  • Smith Avenue
  • Over Street
  • Overlook Avenue
  • Capewell Avenue
  • Springwood Road
  • Stoddard Road
  • Katina Drive
  • West Glen Road
  • Deer Park Circle
  • Trumpet Brook
  • Ardsley Road
  • Ledgeside Avenue
  • Briar Cliff Avenue

Here is a list of Waterbury roads and streets that will be milled over the next few weeks:

  • Country Club Road
  • Doran Street
  • Tree Hill Road
  • Alberta Street
  • Ruth Street
  • Anthony Terrace
  • Bennett Avenue
  • Ranaudo Street
  • Elise Drive
  • Quentin Street
  • Terry Road
  • Hitchcock Road
  • Deer Run Lane
  • Mark Lane

If you have any questions, contact Waterbury's Department of Public Works at 203-574-6851.

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