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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, City Council and staff have continued to find ways to provide the same high level of City services that Hudson residents have come to rely on. Council is moving forward with key projects, such as the long-awaited Middleton Road Resurfacing Project and preparation for other capital improvements. Without knowing the impact of COVID-19 on income tax revenues, Council has paused some projects until we further understand the impact. Below you will find an update on the capital improvement projects that are currently moving forward.
The Annual Asphalt Program is well under way and the City’s contractor, Perrin Asphalt, has started milling or grinding a number of streets including Georgetown Road, Hudson Street, Brandywine Drive and Stony Hill Drive, among others. Installation of new asphalt on these streets will begin this week and continue through the spring.
Middleton Road just east of SR 91 closed on Monday to lower a 100-foot section of the roadway that creates a sight distance safety concern. Detours are posted. More information on the City’s Annual Asphalt Program can be found here.
The Annual Concrete Program is also underway and includes the repair of various concrete storm catch basins, sidewalk repairs, and curb ramp replacements throughout the community. More information about the Concrete Program can be found here.
Other ongoing projects in Hudson include the new installation of a water main off of Hudson Crossing Parkway, tree removal and utility relocation along SR 91, and preparations for numerous other projects. For more information on all the City’s upcoming construction projects, please visit the City’s Construction Project Story Maps here.