The Mayor of Snellville, in partnership with the City Council, plans to resurface several streets in the city and improve stormwater infrastructure.

A total of 10 stormwater drainage projects will commence Dec. 1 to improve the handling of stormwater and reduce the city’s overall inventory of poor infrastructure. 

The $1.39 million project is estimated to be completed by The Dickerson Group, Inc. by June 2023.

The projects will take place at: 2025 Highriggs Lane; 1830-1840 Meadowchase Court; 3060-3065 Oak Meadow Drive;  2747 Oak Meadow Lane; 3155 Pond Ridge Trail; 2221 Westridge Drive; 2281 Westridge Drive; 2963 Williams Place; 2975 FlintRock Way; and 2849 Mountain View Road.

Earlier this month, the annual resurfacing and paving project bid was awarded to Pittman Construction Company in the amount of $1.4 million.

The funds for the patching, milling and resurfacing will be taken from the LMIG allotment and city’s budgeted capital paving expense. The road improvements will begin after the new year and are estimated to be completed by June 2023.

The roadwork will take place in two subdivisions. In Old Hickory subdivision, the following streets will be resurfaced: Benchmark Dive; Gazebo Lane; Hickory Station Circle; Hickory Station Drive; Picket Fence Lane; and Wicker Wood Way.

In Woodberry subdivision, the following streets will be resurfaced: Woodberry Run Drive; Glenwood Lane; Glenwood Way; and South Crestview Drive.

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