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Paving Plan Set

City Crews Expect to Complete 12 Miles of Streets in 2013

Posted: December 20, 2012 at 2:36 a.m.

Steve Jones, from left, Alford Main, Josh Myers, John Ragsdale and Alfred DeRoche, Fayetteville Transportation Division workers, work Wednesday while completing a paving project at Holly Street and North Oakland Avenue.

Chances are the city Transportation Division will be coming to a street near you in 2013.

At A Glance

The following Fayetteville streets are set to be paved or sealed in 2013:

Ward 1

-Cline Avenue: Cato Springs Road to dead end

-Clover Drive: Eden Circle to Cato Springs Road

-Eden Circle: Cul de sac to Clover Drive

-Fairway Lane: College Avenue to Country Club Drive

-Missouri Way: Oklahoma Way to Dogwood Lane

-Morningside Drive: Huntsville Road to 15th Street

-Selle Avenue: Emma Avenue to Cato Springs Road

-Summit Avenue: Dickson Street to Center Street

-Texas Way: Oklahoma Way to Skyline Drive

-11th Street: School Avenue to Dunn Avenue

Total: 2.3 miles

Ward 2

-Center Street: School Avenue to 150 feet east

-Davidson Street: Park Avenue to College Avenue

-Davidson Street: College Avenue to Willow Avenue

-Gregg Avenue: Prospect Street to North Street

-Leverett Avenue: Maple Street to Cleveland Street

-Louise Street: Park Avenue to dead end

-Lynn’s Place: Deane Street to cul de sac

-South Street: West Avenue to Archibald Yell Boulevard

-Forest Avenue: Louise Street to Lafayette Street

-Sheridan Avenue: Elm Street to Overcrest Street

-Mount Nord Street: Forest Avenue to Mock Avenue

Total: 1.6 miles

Ward 3

-Millsap Road: North Hills Boulevard to College Avenue

-Township Street: Old Wire Road to Crossover Road

-McKee Circle: Appleby Road to cul de sac

-Warwick Way: Oak Bailey Drive to dead end

-Market Avenue*: Parking lot to Rolling Hills Drive

-Masonic Drive*: Nottingham Court to cul de sac

-Old Missouri Road*: Honeysuckle Lane to Joyce Boulevard

-Oxford Place*: Summerhill Drive to cul de sac

-Wimbledon Place*: Summerhill Drive to cul de sac

-Windsor Place*: Summerhill Drive to cul de sac

-Ash Street*: Old Wire Road to dead end

-Samantha Avenue*: Ash Street to dead end

Total: 2.7 miles

Ward 4

-Ed Moore Lane: Wedington Drive to dead end

-Foster Lane: Double Springs Road to dead end

-Lancelot Avenue: Wedington Drive to cul de sac

-Sang Avenue: Cleveland Street to Wedington Drive

-Nicole Lane: Double Springs Road to dead end

-Reed Road: 85th Street to dead end

-Venus Street: Lewis Avenue to Eastern Avenue

-Wilmoth Road: Reed Road to dead end

-Mica Street*: Granite Avenue to cul de sac

-Granite Avenue*: Mica Street to Shale Street

-Shale Street*: Granite Avenue to Flint Avenue

-Flint Avenue*: Shale Street to Mica Street

-Vassar Street*: Salem Road to cul de sac

-Cornell Street*: Dartmouth Avenue to Salem Road

-Dartmouth Avenue*: Yale Street to Cornell Street

-Princeton Street*: Dartmouth Avenue to Salem Road

-Yale Street*: Salem Road to cul de sac

-Harvard Street*: Buckeye Street to Salem Road

-Buckeye Street*: Harvard Street to Salem Road

-Essex Drive*: Albany Lane to Salem Road

-Albany Lane*: La Salle Drive to Essex Drive

-Radcliffe Avenue*: La Salle Drive to Fairfax Street

-Fairfax Street*: Radcliffe Avenue to Salem Road

-Salem Road*: Dead end to Wedington Drive

-Timberline Drive*: Oakfield Street to Salem Road

-Oakfield Street*: Timberline Drive to Timbercrest Avenue

-Timbercrest Avenue*: Oakfield Street to Mulberry Street

-Mulberry Street*: Greenleaf Drive to Timbercrest Avenue

-Greenleaf Drive*: Anne Street to Mulberry Street

-Anne Street*: Timbercrest Drive to Timberline Drive

-Weatherwood Court*: Anne Street to cul de sac

-Woodfield Way*: Oakfield Street to Timberline Drive

-Timber Ridge Court*: Timberline Drive to cul de sac

Total: 5.3 miles

Grand Total: 11.9 miles

  • Streets receiving microseal

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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