June 21 Road Work Update
Due to the weather forecast calling for a 90% chance of rain on Friday, the paving work scheduled will not be started tomorrow but will take place on Monday, June 25.
Things to Remember
Parking – All vehicles must be out of the blue affected parking areas by 7:00 AM on Monday, June 25. (Map is located on this web-site at the page titled "2018 Road Paving Information". If you choose to leave a vehicle in your driveway, it must be at least five feet from the asphalt roadway. Also, no portion of a vehicle may be within five feet of the area to be paved. This should be readily apparent now as the streets have been milled. Vehicles parked less than five feet from the work area will be towed and either relocated to another part of the community if space is available or impounded if there is no space available to put a vehicle. The tow company is prohibited from leaving vehicles on a VDOT owned road such as Madron Lane so options are limited.
The good news is: all streets in the community will be open for car traffic on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Even the milled, but as yet un-paved streets will be open. There is no extra depth repair required on short Bobbyber Drive (2119 – 2128 Bobbyber) so it will be open as well.
Red Areas: Work has been completed. Open to cars. NO big trucks allowed (Trash, UPS, delivery, moving, etc..) until Sunday, June 24.
Blue Areas: Milling completed. Open to cars and trucks. Paving will be done on MONDAY, June 25. Closed to all traffic beginning 7:00 a.m., Monday, June 25. Open to cars sometime on Tuesday, June 26 (Pro-Pave will make that determination). NO big trucks allowed until Friday, June 29.
Pedestrians/Pets – Please stay off of the asphalt while the section is closed. Walking through tack coat will result in tracking of the product onto concrete sidewalks and even into your homes. This is costly to clean and is not the responsibility of Pro-Pave, Inc., the association manager, or the homeowners association.
Weather – All dates are weather dependent. In the event of rain we may be forced to cancel the project for that day. You will be notified as to when your road area has been rescheduled. The most current information will be on the home page of the Association’s website at: www.courthousestation.net
Trash Service – Friday, June 22nd and Tuesday, June 26th are trash collection days. Place trash along Madron Lane by 5:00 a.m. those mornings to ensure you don’t miss the pickup which may be earlier than normal. We recommend temporarily marking your trash cans and recycling bins with your address so you can easily retrieve them at the end of the day.
Courthouse Station Road Work Schedule
Thursday, June 21st – Milling (scrape and remove existing asphalt surface) – Affected areas shown in BLUE on map are Eluna Court, Trevor Place, 2109 – 2118 Patty Ln., 2119 – 2128 Bobbyber Dr., and Sabrina Dr.
These streets will be completely closed (even during the milling process) and there will be no vehicular traffic or parking on those streets on June 21th from 7:00 AM until mill work is completed at the end of the day. After the milling is completed on these streets as listed above, barriers will be removed with traffic and parking allowed on all streets.
NEW DATE Monday, June 25th – Paving (lay down new asphalt) – Affected areas shown in BLUE on map
The same streets milled on June 21st (see list above) will be completely closed and there will be no parking on June 25th from 7:00 AM until the afternoon of June 26th. Barriers will be removed once the area has been opened for vehicular traffic.
Towing Enforced beginning at 7:00 AM.
Friday, June 22 and Tuesday, June 26 Trash Service Will Be Affected by Road Work and Will Likely Be Picked Up Much Earlier Than the Normal Schedule.
All items must be placed out on Madron Lane by 5:00 a.m. for collection on Friday and Tuesday. (Even the streets that are not being milled and paved that day). The trash crews will not be allowed access to any of the community’s streets as we don't want heavy trash trucks driving on newly paved roads.
Please make sure that you temporarily mark your garbage can and/or recycling bin so you can easily identify it. Trash cans are assigned to each residence and if you lose a trash can, American Disposal will charge $75 to replace it. Ribbon, rope, twine, bandana, etc. tied around the handle should make it easy for you to find your trash can at the end of the day. You might also want to take a picture of your garbage can’s serial number (on the back of the can) so it’s easier to track down in the event it goes missing.
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