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Municipal Parking Lot Rehabilitation Work to Begin Week of May 16

Work Will Begin with Downtown Naperville Parking Lots

(The contractor is planning to perform lot maintenance at the Paw Paw Lot, the Central Parking Facility exterior spaces on Jefferson Avenue just east of Washington Street and the Court Place/Concert Lane Lots near Central Park on Tuesday, September 13 and Wednesday, September 14. The lots will be closed one half at a time. Paw Paw and the Central Parking Facility spaces will both receive crack fill, sealcoating and striping. Parking deck access will be maintained at all times although traffic will only be able to travel one way at a time at the entrance to the garage. The Court Place/Concert Lane Lot will only receive new striping. )

Original Press Release - Pending weather or unforeseen circumstances, rehabilitation work on municipal-owned parking lots will begin the week of May 16. The first round of work will occur at the Paw Paw Lot at Van Buren Avenue and Webster Street, the Van Buren Lot at the southeast corner of Van Buren Avenue and Main Street, the at-grade spaces at the Central Parking Facility on Jefferson Avenue and the Central Park/Court Place lot near Central Park. Work will begin each weekday at 7 a.m. and end by 5 p.m.

Similar work will be done concurrently to lots at the Electric Service Center, Police Department, Fire Department and Fire Stations 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 10. Work to be conducted includes patching crack filling, sealcoating and re-striping. No more than half a lot should be rendered inaccessible at any one time and access to the second level of the Van Buren Parking Facility will be maintained throughout but motorists intending to park at any of these lots are encouraged to make alternate plans.

After the downtown lots are complete in the first week of June, work will commence on the commuter parking lots at the Route 59 Station; 95th Street Park-n-Ride; and the Downtown Naperville Station Lots including the Upper Burlington, Kroehler and 4th Avenue lots. In mid-June, work will begin on the Lower Burlington and Parkview lots. Additionally, work will begin on a variety of Park District-owned bike paths.

All rehab work is expected to be complete by the end of September.

For more information on this project, you can check out the City of Naperville’s interactive construction season map.

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