utility work

The Town of Cary is getting ready to repave segments of streets in the Highlands neighborhood. Repaving town-maintained streets is one of the many ways that the Town ensures high quality infrastructure in our community.

Project Schedule:

Weather permitting, work will begin mid-April 2019 and take about two to four weeks to complete.

Work is expected to be performed between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM Monday through Friday and 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturdays.

Pleases do not park on the street during those times. If necessary, vehicles will be removed to complete the work.

Streets Included:

  • Bonniewood Drive
  • Crickentree Drive
  • Cutty Court
  • Glenrose Lane
  • Glenbrae Court
  • Greycliff Court
  • Highlands Lake Drive
  • Illicium Court
  • Loch Highlands Drive
  • Serence Court
  • Padgett Court
  • Piperwood Drive
  • Scotswind Court
  • Windswept Lane
  • Woodstream Drive

Project Area:

highlands resurfacing(Click On Image To Enlarge)

What Will Be Done:

  •  Phase 1: Concrete & Utility Adjustments – Utilities in the street are adjusted in preparation for milling and resurfacing.
  • Phase 2: Asphalt Milling – Milling is performed to remove the existing surface later prior to placing new asphalt.
  • Phase 3: Asphalt Paving -- Milled areas are repaved within 24 hours.
  • Phase 4: Pavement Marking – Street markings are repaved within 24 hours.

During The Project:

  • You will receive a door hanger notice at least three days prior to the anticipated start date.
  • You will have access to your driveway at all times.
  • Solid waste collection and postal delivery services will not be interrupted by this work.
  • Please do not park along the street while the project is underway.
  • Please observe all signs and flagger’s directions.
  • Drive slowly (5 miles per hour) if you accidentally enter a freshly paved area.
  • Please keep all yard debris out of the street/curb.
  • Keep children and pets out of treated areas to avoid tracking into homes.
  • Contractor will clean up streets shortly after work is complete.
  • Markings on nearby streets from trucks that have tack on their tires will wear off.

Questions Or Comments:

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact Amir Nezarati of the Town of Cary either by phone (919)380-4235 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also stay informed by visiting www.townofcary.org/resurfacing.