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Street resurfacing expected to sweep parts of Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village and Ridgewood next week

Sep. 8, 2023 By Anthony Medina

Street repairs in the neighborhoods of Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village and Ridgewood will begin this month both in the day and night time hours, according to Queens Community Board 5 (CB5).

CB 5 shared the Department of Transportation’s notification of day and night resurfacing in the district, with milling and paving during the night expected to begin as early as Monday, Sept. 11, and day work starting sometime around Thursday, Sept. 14.

According to the DOT, milling allows for paving to begin by removing the top layer of asphalt to from a roadway. Although some streets don’t need to be milled, residents should expect the most noisy conditions on the affected roads and neighborhoods temporarily.

The following areas are scheduled for night resurfacing:

  • Cypress Avenue, from south of Myrtle Avenue to Cooper Avenue
  • Myrtle Avenue, from east of Decatur Street to Cooper Avenue
  • Seneca Avenue, from north of Myrtle Avenue to Menahan Street
  • Fresh Pond Road, from south of Flushing Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue

The following areas are scheduled for day resurfacing

  • Cypress Avenue, from Myrtle Avenue  to Cooper Avenue 
  • Myrtle Avenue, from Decatur Street to Cooper Avenue 
  • Seneca Avenue, from Myrtle Avenue to Menahan Street
  • Fresh Pond Road, from Flushing Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue (concrete)
  • 66th Street from Borden Avenue  to Dead End (52nd Road)
  • 69th Street from Otto Road to Cooper Avenue 
  • 73rd Street from Myrtle Avenue  to Edsall Avenue 
  • 74th Street from Cooper Avenue  to Myrtle Avenue 
  • Cooper Avenue  from 74th Street to 80th Street
  • Edsall Avenue  from 75th Street (Cooper Avenue) to 76th Street
  • Cooper Avenue from Woodhaven Boulevard to 88th Street
  • 79th Street from Furmanville Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue 
  • 69th Street from Eliot Avenue to Metropolitan Avenue 
  • 69th Place from Juniper Boulevard South to Juniper Valley Road
  • Juniper Valley Road from 69th Place to 74th Street
  • Juniper Boulevard N from Lutheran Avenue to Dry Harbor Road
  • Union Turnpike from Woodhaven Boulevard to Myrtle Avenue 
  • 88th Street from Union Turnpike to Myrtle Avenue 
  • 81st Avenue  from Woodhaven Boulevard to Myrtle Avenue 
  • 81st Road from Myrtle Avenue to Woodhaven Boulevard
  • 82nd Avenue from Woodhaven Boulevard to Myrtle Avenue 
  • 83rd Avenue from Woodhaven Boulevard to 88th Lane
  • 88th Lane from 83rd Avenue  to Dead End (Myrtle Avenue)
  • 88th Place from Myrtle Avenue to Dead End
  • 89th Street from Myrtle Avenue to Dead End

QNS created this interactive map via Google to help mark the streets being resurfaced starting sometime this month. All map points derive from the list of streets provided by CB5.

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