Community Crossings road work to commence in Cloverdale
Having received another round of funding from the Indiana Department of Transportation, the Town of Cloverdale will see some of its roads renewed in the coming weeks.
This grant is a 75-percent match ($348,797.96), with the town matching 25-percent ($87,199.49).
This is the towns third year of participating in the Community Crossings program with streets like Beagle Club Road, Logan Street, U-Drive, Lafayette Street, Mill Street and Stardust Road all getting repaved.
These next few weeks, Wabash Valley Asphalt will be working on the following streets in town:
Lafayette Street, from Market to North streets;
Robert Weist Avenue, from 231 West Street to the town limits;
North from Robert Weist Avenue on Grant Street to the dead end;
Doe Creek Drive, on West Boone Street going south to South Street;
from North Lafayette Street, to North Grant Street on Mill Street;
Lafayette Street, south from the Doe Creek bridge to the dead end;
North Street to U.S. 231;
from Boone Street, Lafayette Street to Grant Street;
from South Street, Doe Creek Drive to Hurst Avenue;
from Grant Street, west on Water Street to the dead end;
from Davis Street, west on Logan Street going south to West Water Street;
from Hurst Street, west Water Street going north on West Logan Street;
West Logan Street, from Hurst Street going to Davis Street;
Truman Drive, Johnson Boulevard, Kennedy Boulevard and Roosevelt Drive to Lafayette Street.
Motorists are asked to be patient with construction crews and give them access to these streets. Their safety is the most important issue.
Wallace Brothers Construction has already done work this year on the Lewis Drive addition, Mill Street, Bubble Loo Road, Pumpkin Place and Dream Way.
Storm drains will be added to Cool Evening Court and Cool Evening Road, along with Lincoln Avenue at Mill Street, Robert Weist Avenue at the alley on the hill by U.S. 231.
The Cloverdale Schools Community Day will also be on Oct. 4, and all the high school classes will be out doing community service.
Motorists are asked to slow down and watch for them, as they are working for the community.