Worthington seal coat work starts Tuesday

WORTHINGTON — Seal coat work on various city streets is scheduled to begin as early as Tuesday afternoon.

Seal coat work will last roughly one hour per street location. All streets other than Burlington Avenue, McMillan Street and Douglas Avenue from Cecilee Street to Oxford Street will be closed to traffic during seal coating. Work can occur any time between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Individuals are asked to not park on the streets, and to also relocate any sump pump water discharge from seal coat streets until the project is completed.

Weather permitting and construction proceeding as planned, these listed streets should be completed in two days.

The following are seal coat work locations: Burlington Avenue, Darling Drive to Oxford Street; Cecilee Street, west R/W of Skyline Drive to 265 feet west of west R/W Pauline Avenue; Clifton Avenue, Eleanor Street to Cecilee Street; Douglas Avenue, Eleanor Street to Oxford Street; Eleanor Street, 213 feet west of west R/W Skyline Drive to Clifton Avenue; Evelyn Street, Douglas Avenue east 190 feet to the dead end; McMillan Street, Oxford Street to Ryan’s Road; Skyline Drive, Eleanor Street to Douglas Avenue; Spring Avenue, Eleanor Street to Cecilee Street.


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