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Traffic Notice – Fire Prevention Parade in Yardville on Saturday, October 4th

The annual Mercer County Firemen’s Association Fire Prevention Parade will take place on Saturday, October 4th beginning at 1 PM in the Yardville section of Hamilton Township.

The parade will begin at the intersection of Elton Avenue and Kay Road, and will continue down Elton Avenue to Sunnybrae Boulevard.

Further details regarding the parade are available on the White Horse Fire Company website: www.whvfc.org


Road  Repair Area Phase Approximate Project Date (for Phase)ParPa
Merrick Road and Burke Road    Milling and Repaving  Click Here to Read Details 
Newkirk Avenue  Hamilton Avenue to South Olden Avenue  Sanitary sewer replacement project   Click Here to Read Details 
Park Avenue Park Avenue (to near Nottingham Way)  Sanitary sewer replacement project   Click Here to Read Details 
Whitehead Road East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck     

On or about Wednesday, April 23, 2014, a Mercer County Government milling and resurfacing project will begin on Whitehead Road from East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck.  

Mercer County Government anticipates that this work will take approximately three (3) working days, weather permitting. Construction would take place approximately between 9 AM and 3:30 PM. (Wednesday-Friday). 

Construction will be completed in two stages.  The first stage will include milling from East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck, and the second will include the resurfacing of the recently milled area.   

Mercer County Staff will post signs prior to the start date advising upcoming road work.

Click Here to View Mercer County’s Detour Plan

Nottingham Way 

County Bridge  #6-140.13 (between N. Clinton Avenue and Johnston Avenue)

 

Mercer County Government project.  Please be advised that Nottingham Way between Siemans access driveway and N. Clinton Ave. Mercer County will post signs and other devices to effect the closure and will post a detour route accordingly.

Per Mercer County Government, the bridge construction will begin at the end of July 2014 and is expected to take from 135 to 250 days to complete, depending on the condition of the ground around the structure.