BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Weather permitting, road crews are scheduled to return to Beechwood Road and North Brook Ave on Monday, July 23 to complete surface course paving, the township announced this weekend. On these dates, the road will be closed from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and access restricted. 

A tar-like coating will be applied before paving, and this can damage vehicles, the township warned lcoal motorists.  All on-street parking is prohibited within the work area until final paving is complete. Residents should make alternate parking arrangements on different sections of Beechwood  and North Brook other than those being paved, the township said in an announcement. 

Surface paving planned for Lurline Drive and Hessian Street

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Surface course paving is also scheduled to take place this week on Lurline Drive and Hessian Street, both of which have been undergoing construction as part of the township's 2018 Road Improvements Project. Paving on those streets is due to take place on Tuesday, July 24, and Wednesday, July 25, according to the township. Additional notice will follow.

Dates subject to change depending on weather

All dates are weather dependent and subject to change, the township said. Drivers are asked to use caution while traveling through work areas.

Also on Monday, road crews are due to be working on construction of new granite block curbing and sidewalk on Dryden Road. Access to driveways will be restricted for residents on the south side (even house numbers) from no. 38 to no. 56 Dryden, the township said. On-street parking is prohibited in the work area. Residents should make alternate parking arrangements on a different section of Dryden Road or Byron Drive, the township said.

Work on storm sewer repairs on Marilyn Street are also expected to continue on Monday, according to the township. Access to driveways may be restricted during working hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for residents at nos. 11, 19 and 25 Marilyn St., the township said.. On street parking is prohibited in the work area. Residents are asked to make alternate parking arrangements on a different section of Marilyn Street.