Annual road rehab projects underway
The five City of Midlothian roads listed below are slated for rehabilitation this summer (not necessarily in order). Road rehab involves reconstructing and resurfacing the road, which in addition to improving the drivability of the road, extends the life of the road for five to seven years. During construction, the streets will be open to through traffic, but some traffic interruption will occur. Traffic control will be in place. Each project takes a few days, or at most a week, weather permitting. The patience and cooperation of motorists is appreciated. For questions, please call Public Works at 972-775-1083, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are here to serve you.
Road Rehab Projects: New Shiloh Road (completed), Beaver Creek Circle, Cripple Creek Circle, Silver Spur Road, and Tahoe Lane.
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