STATEN ISLAND, NY – The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) will lead daytime paving and road maintenance efforts in several communities on Staten Island next week.
Paving will take place in New Springville, Bloomfield, Travis, Dongan Hills and Midland Beach, and may result in temporary road closures. Maintenance work will also take place.
There will be no paving or road closures on Thursday, November 11, Veterans Day.
Travel notices for parked cars on streets to be paved or milled are posted in advance. If a car is not moved, the city will tow it around the corner or to the next nearest block without construction. If there is a change in the schedule or if the notices cannot be posted in advance, the contractor will verbally advise residents of the need to move their cars.
To register a complaint or to report a pothole or other street defect, call the city’s central helpline at 311 or the Staten Island DOT office at 212-839-2395. All work is subject to weather conditions or emergency road repairs.
PAVED STREETS (DAY)
Monday, Tuesday (New Springville, Bloomfield, Travis): Graham Avenue, from Lander Avenue to Victory Boulevard.
Wednesday, Friday (Dongan Hills, Midland Beach): Burgher Avenue, from Richmond Road to Mason Avenue.