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City of Winooski News Updates

Posted on: October 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Notice of Scheduled Road Resurfacing 10.18.22 – 10.28.22

Road Work

The City of Winooski Department of Public Works and its contractor, F.W. Whitcomb Construction Corporation, will begin road resurfacing work on Tuesday, October 18, 2022. The work is anticipated to require about two weeks to complete. Please note that the schedule is subject to change and may be extended due to inclement weather or other progress delays.

Road resurfacing will occur on the following streets: 

  • North Street north of Brisson Court
  • Barlow Street between East Allen Street (Route 15) and East Spring Street

The Contractor will be permitted to work Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 6 PM. The tentative schedule, which is subject to change, is as follows:

  • Tuesday, 10/18: cold planing North Street
  • Wednesday, 10/19: cold planing Barlow Street
  • Thursday, 10/20 and Friday, 10/21: Paving North and Barlow Streets (weather permitting)
  • Monday, 10/24 - Friday, 10/28: Additional paving days if needed

Street parking will not be permitted during road work! This restriction on parking will remain in effect until the work is complete. Violators will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. Overnight parking is permitted but roads must be clear by 6 AM. Parking is also available in the Winooski Parking Garage on Cascade Way – visit to learn more. 

Please also note: 

  • Temporary road closures are expected. Flaggers will provide traffic control during work hours.
  • Winooski DPW encourages drivers and residents to plan accordingly – drivers should avoid the area if possible. Residents will have access to their driveways but delays should be expected.
  • Sidewalks will remain open for pedestrians.
  • Please use caution when passing through work areas!

Questions regarding this project can be sent to: 

Thank you for your patience while we work to improve your public infrastructure. 

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