Subject: Sweeping /Paving schedules
The City of Waterbury, Department of Public Works Annual Paving Program is
underway for 2006. The initial phase of the program will consist of milling only,
followed by paving. Paving will start on April 10, 2006, on Lower Baldwin St., from
South Main to Pearl Lake Rd. Jersey Street-Pearl Lake Road to Spring Lake,
Hallock St-Baldwin to End of Jody Court. These streets will be followed by Bristol
St.-Highland to Elise Dr., Elise Dr.-Bristol to Bristol, Bristol St.-Elise to Oronoke,
New Haven Ave.-Glenwood to end.
Milling operations will continue in advance of the Paving crews on the
following streets: Oronoke Rd- Meadowbrook to Country Club Rd, Draher St.-
from Green to Sunnyside ,Charles St. – Washington to Rt. 8 overpass, Riverside St.-
south to ramp, Joycroft Rd.-from Park Rd. to end, Cardinal La. Updates will be
published weekly in this paper, along with the City’s Website. All effected streets will be
posted with No Parking signs in advance.
Any question regarding the paving program can be addressed to the Dept. of Public
Works, Bureau of Engineering 574-6851 or the Bureau of Streets 5748260/8261
The City’s annual Street sweeping program is underway for 2006. Postings will be
posted in appropriate neighborhoods, prior to the arrival of sweeping crews. Residents are
reminded to please remove their vehicles from posted areas, and sweep any sidewalk
sand into the gutter. Do not leave large or small piles of sand, or any leaves, as the
sweeper cannot pick these up. Trash and litter should be separated and disposed of
properly with your weekly trash. Failure to comply with the posted signs will result in the
Police Department being notified.
Sweeping schedules for the week of April 10, 2005 are as follows:
District 1-1 – Highland Ave. East side, Sunnyside south to America St.Brooklyn
District 1-2- From Bradley Ave. South to Naugatuck line, Tinker School area
District 1-3- Oronoke Rd. to Highland, south to Bradley Ave.
District 1-4- Country Club Rd. area, Kennedy High school area
Residents are asked for their compliance in keeping cars off of effected streets for both
the paving and sweeping programs. In addition, if residents and business owners can
sweep sand off of their sidewalks, this will insure a better result in your neighborhoods.
Any questions regarding the sweeping program can be addressed to the Bureau of Streets
Robert J. Roland
Supervisor of Streets