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Notice of Road Resurfacing - Spring to Fall 2024

The City, through its contractor, Forest Contractors Ltd. will be resurfacing the following streets as part of the Road Rehabilitation Program:

  • Bloomfield Trail from Bloomington Road to Coons Road (Oak Ridges)

  • Worthington Avenue from Lorridge Street to Long Point Drive (Oak Ridges)

  • Woodriver Street from Bayview Avenue to Cedarhurst Drive/Bilbermar Drive

  • Rose Branch Drive from Woodriver Street to 115 Rose Branch Drive

  • Cougar Court from Rose Branch Drive to End

  • Taylor Mills Drive North from Taylor Mills Drive South to Kerswell Drive

  • Sussex Avenue from Centre Street East to Major Mackenzie Drive East

  • Newkirk Road from Centre Street East to Major Mackenzie Drive East

  • Coventry Court from Dunlop Street to End

  • Clarendon Drive (NL) from Greenhill Avenue to Boake Trail

  • Mayfair Court from Clarendon Drive to End

  • Boake Trail from Clarendon Drive to Headford Avenue

  • Delevan Court from Boake Trail to End

  • Marsh Street from O’Connor Crescent to Don Head Village Boulevard

  • Weldrick Road West from Yonge Street to 62 Weldrick Road West

  • Armanches Street from Cambridge Crescent to Denham Drive

  • Cambridge Crescent from Cheshire Place to Garden Avenue

  • Edgar Avenue from Yonge Street to 47 Edgar Avenue

  • Valleymede Drive from Horizon Court/Meadowcliffe Avenue to Blackmore Avenue

  • East Beaver Creek Road from East Wilmot Street to 135 East Beaver Creek Road

  • York Boulevard from East Beaver Creek Road to End


Work is expected to begin on or about May 13, 2024 and continue until October 31, 2024.


During various phases of construction, there will be lane restrictions imposed, with partial driveway entrance closures and disruption to areas within the City-owned municipal right-of-way.   


Every effort will be made to minimize any inconvenience to our residents. However, residents are advised to exercise caution around construction activities and equipment. Should you have any underground sprinkler systems at or near the work zones, please identify the sprinkler heads (with flags). We will attempt to mitigate any potential damage during construction. Please note that the City will take no responsibility for damage to personal property placed within the City-owned municipal right-of-way or boulevard. The owner of the encroaching property will be fully responsible for their property damage.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience during the various phases of this project.


Should you have any questions, please contact Access Richmond Hill at 905-771-8800 or access@richmondhill.ca.

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