Crews will begin milling and scratch coating Lebanon’s Walnut Street (U.S. Route 422 East) on Monday, June 21, from 12th Street east to 5th Avenue.

Milling removes the old roadway surface, and the asphalt scratch coat will provide a smooth foundation for the finish coat.

The operation is one of the final steps in the first stage of a years long repaving and underground utility upgrade program for the city’s main arteries, which began in 2019.

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City of Lebanon Mayor Sherry Capello announced the plans on Friday, June 17, and asked drivers to slow down, pay attention, and obey “No Parking” signs in the work zone. She added that “motorists may want to consider using another route.”

Enforcement of posted street sweeping routes and the sweeping of non-posted streets will be suspended on the following streets for the week of June 21:

  • Walnut Street — from 12th Street to 5th Avenue
  • Chestnut Street — from 12th Street to 5th Avenue
  • 12th Street — from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 11th Street — from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 10th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 9th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 8th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 7th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • Bollman Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 6th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • Quince Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 5th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 4th Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 3rd Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 2nd Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • Hanover Street – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • Lincoln Avenue – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 1St Avenue- from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 2nd Avenue- from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 3rd Avenue- from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 4th Avenue- from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
  • 5th Avenue – from Chestnut Street to Walnut Street
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