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Posted on: May 6, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Street Closures for Resurfacing in The Highlands to Begin on Monday, May 11

This is message is notice of upcoming street closures that will take place in The Highlands neighborhood beginning Monday, May 11. BE AWARE that access in and out of your job site will not be possible.

Each street involved will be closed for two days at a time from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Please see the schedule titled Highlands Phasing Map below to determine when each street will be closed.  Do not park on your street from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM on your scheduled resurfacing dates to prevent your vehicles from being towed.  DO NOT DRIVE AROUND THE BARRICADES OR ON WET SURFACES in attempt to access your job site.  DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH VACANT LOTS OR PROPERTY without property owner consent.  You will be prosecuted to the extent of the law.  Monitor your job sites for clean up of construction dirt on streets per City Ordinance.  Ch. 3, Art. 3.03, Sect. 3.03.014 (J) is copied below for your reference.  Code Enforcement and Public Works will be monitoring for compliance.  If you have any questions regarding street closures, please contact Tim Foran at 512-656-1844.

Highlands Phasing Map

(J) Clean up of construction dirt on streets. Contractors and subcontractors are responsible for the daily clean up of dirt and other debris that is tracked onto streets from their construction sites. If the dirt is not removed and a clean street established within forty-eight (48) hours from the date and time of the notice of violation, a deduction of $500.00 from the deposit will be made for each violation of this section, and the deposit must be replenished after any such deduction is made. In order to reduce the amount of construction dirt that can be tracked onto the street, construction entrances, such as future driveways, must be graveled or covered with crushed rock, or a material that is found suitable by the development services director. The development services director may require written documentation showing a schematic of the temporary construction entrance/exit for the property, including location and material to be used prior to issuance of the building permit. The general contractor is responsible for seeing that all trades, delivery and supply companies only use the approved entrance, and the general contractor and/or property owner is responsible for complying with the requirements of the subsection. When a violation of this subsection is found on the day of a street construction project, or up to five (5) days after a street improvement project has been completed, the deduction amount will be doubled for each day there is a violation.

Highlands Phasing Map. Includes several lines of text and color coordinated schedules. Contact Tim F

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