MCDOT Schedule of Residential Roadway Repair (Includes % Complete For Each Project)

The Residential Roadway Repair program provides for the permanent patching and/or resurfacing of residential roadways using durable hot mix asphalt (HMA), or micro seal resurfacing to restore long term structural integrity to the aging residential infrastructure.

Please note: Paving, Resurfacing and Patching projects are seasonal activities, suspended from roughly November to March/April.  Only in progress and upcoming projects are listed. Once a project has been completed, it is removed from the table below.

2022 CONSTRUCTION SEASON:  Updated  – October 5th, 2022
Click on any linked Neighborhood or Location name to read or download a Project Newsletter describing the scope of the project.

This schedule may be changed and substitutions may be made at any time due to weather and/or operational reasons.

Roadway/Subdivision  Construction Season Project Status
Burnt Mill Garden Spring 2022 95%
Rolling Terrace Spring 2022 99%
Sumner Phase I Spring/Summer 2022 85%
Sumner Phase II Spring/Summer 2022 20%
Deckman Subdivision Summer/Fall 2022 80%
New Hampshire Estates Spring/Summer 2022 15%
Montgomery Square Summer/Fall 2022 100%
Alta Vista sub / Page Hill sub Summer/Fall 2022 95%
Hillmead Rd. Summer/Fall 2022 0%
Marywood Rd. Summer/Fall 2022 0%
Quail-Valley Subdivision Summer/Fall 2022 10%
Tanglewood Subdivision Summer/Fall 2022 0%
Huntmaster Road Summer/Fall 2022 25%
Blunt Road  Summer/Fall 2022 25%
Quick Fox Lane Summer/Fall 2022 25%
Rock Creek Terrace Spring/Summer 2023 0%
Oak Spring Spring/Summer 2023 0%

Click on the links below for more information and to view respective project schedules

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