2024 Street Resurfacing Project

Scope Project / Design
October 2023
Construction Completion
Summer 2024


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Project Overview

The Town of Wake Forest maintains approximately 133 miles of paved roadways and is committed to performing necessary maintenance and street rehabilitation to improve the longevity of these assets within its limits.

The street rehabilitation process requires maintenance and preservation practices to reduce and minimize the deterioration processes. For this reason, maintaining and rehabilitation of the pavement is a top priority for the Town, and it can be utilized to extend the pavement service life.

The street rehabilitation project will include the milling and placement of new asphalt on Town-owned roadways. Your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated, and every effort will be made to minimize inconveniences to those adjacent to the work areas.

During Construction

During the construction period, residents will have access to their driveways. However, no parking will be allowed along the street. All vehicles will be towed, if necessary, to complete the work.

All work is expected to be conducted during weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Town employees and their contractor will work closely with residents and regulatory agencies to deliver a high-quality project on time, while minimizing disruptions to traffic and the environment.

Noise and dust may cause temporary impacts to residents during the construction, and this will be  limited to a few hours at a time. If the construction work must be rescheduled due to weather, personnel, or equipment, the residents will be notified the rescheduled construction dates.

Please note that some trees may have to be pruned or removed to accommodate the work. For any tree removal, residents will be notified in advance. 

If you have any questions about this project or need additional information, please contact at (919-435-9447) or by e-mail at [email protected]. However, if you experience a water or sewer emergency, please call our 24-hr hotline at 919-City of Raleigh

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Project Leaders

Steve Meyer
CIP Manager

Min Htun