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Caution: Road work ahead!

Four new road resurfacing and utility projects will soon be tearing up Evanston streets.

Three of the projects get underway the week of July 13.

Park Place

On Park Place from Gross Point Road to Central Park Avenue city contractors will install a larger water main and do roadway work

Water main installation is expected to be completed by the last week in August. The street resurfacing work is expected to be completed by the end of September.

Daytime parking restrictions will be in place for most of the project.

The resident engineer for the project is John Crawford who can reached at 847-343-1812 by residents with questions about the project.

Dempster Street

On Dempster Street from Chicago Avenue to Judson Avenue state contractors will be repaving the street. Work is scheduled to be done sometime in the fall.

Daytime parking restrictions will be in place when work is underway. Questions about the parking restrictions can be directed to the city’s parking services manager, Rickey Voss, at 847-878-2798.

Questions about the paving project can be directed to the Illinois Department of Transportation field office at 847-329-4480.

Sheridan Road and South Boulevard

On Sheridan Road and South Boulevard the state will be doing repaving work from the south city limits to Chicago Avenue.

Work is scheduled to be done sometime in the fall.

Daytime parking restrictions will be in place when work is underway. Questions about the parking restrictions can be directed to the city’s parking services manager, Rickey Voss, at 847-878-2798.

Questions about the paving project can be directed to the Illinois Department of Transportation field office at 847-847-6181.

Lake Street

A week later, on July 20, work is scheduled to start on Lake Street from McDaniel Avenue to Elmwood Avenue.

This project includes the replacement of the asphalt surfaces from curb to curb for the entire project length. Some sidewalks, curbs, gutters and driveways will be replaced. Work is scheduled to be completed by the second week in October.

Daytime parking restrictions will be in place when work is underway.

The resident engineer for the project is Chris Corsini who can reached at 630-918-2107 by residents with questions about the project.

For general questions about any of the projects, contact the city’s transportation division at 847-866-2924.

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