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Rehabilitation of Salem's 17th Street Set to Begin in Coming Days

Salem Streets and Bridges Bond Measure kicks off with pavement resurfacing improvements on 17th Street NE from Silverton Road NE to Oak Street SE.


(SALEM, Ore.) - The City of Salem has announced that pavement rehabilitation of 17th Street NE is scheduled to begin the week of June 15th 2009, and be complete by October 30th.

This project will be constructed by Salem Road and Driveway, and will include grinding off a portion of the existing asphalt pavement and replacing it with a new asphalt overlay.

Additionally, the project will replace or rehabilitate existing sidewalk ramps for pedestrian crossing accessibility, which are ADA requirements.

City officials say normal work hours for this project will be from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Work at signaled intersections will be done at night between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Local and emergency access will be maintained at all times, and signs will be posted indicating that businesses are open.

The project will be constructed in six phases, beginning at Silverton Road NE and Sunnyview Road NE on or about June 15th 2009.

For additional information related to this and other City projects, please visit the City of Salem website cityofsalem.net or contact Brian Vinson, Senior Project Manager, at 503 588 6211.

This $1.5 million project is being funded as part of the Keep Salem Moving! Streets and Bridges Bond approved by Salem voters in November 2008.

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