Micro Paving

Micro Paving is a process that involves sealing low to medium-volume roadways with a layer of tough asphalt Close up of pavementthat extends the life of the pavement. This preventive maintenance process refreshes worn surfaces, seals minor cracks in the pavement and protects roadways from further damage. 

In 2019, the Department of Public Works plans to micro pave over 53,000 square yards of roadway within the Township. 

Work is expected to begin on or about Friday, August 9 and last about four days.

Schedule update, 8/12:

Due to equipment issues, Birch Lane's scheduled micro paving has been pushed to Tuesday, August 13. Updated schedule appears below.

Schedule update 8/13:

Due to inclement weather, today's planned micro paving is suspended. Birch Lane, Glen Avenue and Great Oak Drive micro paving is moved to tomorrow, August 14, weather permitting.

Schedule update, 8/14:

Due to inclement weather, today's planned micro paving is suspended. Birch Lane, Glen Avenue and Great Oak Drive micro paving is moved to tomorrow, August 15, weather permitting. Seminole Way's paving has been moved to Friday, August 16.

Due to conflicts with scheduled utilities work, South Mountain Road will no longer be micro paved.

Day 1

  • Clive Hills Road: 3,900 square yards
  • Tall Pine Lane: 2,887 square yards

Day 2

  • Rippling Brook Drive: 3,300 square yards
  • Farley Road: 7,548 square yards

Day 3

  • Birch Lane: 2,682 square yards
  • Glen Avenue: 5,532 square yards
  • Great Oak Drive: 7,727 square yards

Day 4

  • Moraine Place: 2,046 square yards
  • Taylor Road South: 2,469 square yards
  • Lower Chestnut Street: 742 square yards
  • Lower Cedar Street: 2,121 square yards
  • Seminole Way: 6,813 square yards