Golf Road Milling and Patching:
Route 21 to Butterfield Road
Weather permitting, the contractor is scheduled to begin milling off the top layer of asphalt on Monday, July 30, 2018. Asphalt pavement patching will begin immediately following the milling operation. Due to the overall project length, the Contractor will be milling and patching the full width of the pavement from Butterfield Road to Arthur Avenue first before continuing east from Arthur to Milwaukee Ave. The Golf Road segment from Butterfield to Arthur is expected to take approximately 2 weeks to complete followed by the Arthur to Milwaukee segment which will also take approximately 2 weeks to complete (4 weeks total from Butterfield to Milwaukee).
We kindly ask that no vehicles be parked along either side of Golf Road starting on Monday, July 30th during the milling and patching operations. If any concrete work was done to or in front of your driveway, it will be safe to drive on by July 30th. The road will remain open to traffic during the milling and patching operations however please be aware that both operations will both require large pieces of equipment working in the roadway. Flaggers will be directing traffic around the equipment during these operations but there may be delays. Please seek alternative routes if your travel plans permit. If you will be driving on Golf Road, please slow down, be careful, and watch for workers as you travel through the construction site.
Your continued patience and support is greatly appreciated.
For any questions regarding the construction, please call the Engineering Division Office at (847) 918-2100, or Phillip Hurst (Resident Engineer with Civiltech Engineering, Inc.) at (630) 417-4503 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. You can also email Phillip Hurst at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any problems which may develop after hours, please call the Police non-emergency number (847) 362-2131, and they will contact the proper personnel for follow-up. Thank you again for your patience and cooperation during this project.