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Road Maintenance and Construction

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The Town of Paradise completes a number of road work and construction projects throughout each year. Please see below for new and ongoing projects, and be sure to check back often for updates.

During construction work, the public is reminded to proceed with caution and to expect traffic delays. The Town of Paradise apologizes for an inconvenience that construction work may cause.

 The Town works to update the public on construction plans and the status of various projects as applicable.


Sidewalk Work on Topsail Road: Sunvalley Drive to Trails End Drive (April 25, 2018)

The Town of Paradise is advising residents of sidewalk work that is planned for sections of Topsail Road. The work is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, May, 2, and to accommodate the work, the inside curb lane on Topsail Road, from Sunvalley Drive to Trails End will be closed .

The work is expected to last approximately two weeks. It will be completed daily from 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. During the work, in the morning, traffic flow will be maintained eastbound with minimal interruptions until 9:00 a.m. and in the evening, traffic flow westbound will be maintained with minimal interruptions beginning at 4:00 p.m.

New Pedestrian Activated Lights at Intersection of Sargent Donald Lucas Drive and Topsail Road (March 7, 2018)

The Town of Paradise is advising the public of new pedestrian activated traffic lights at the intersection of Sargent Donald Lucas Drive and Topsail Road. The lights are currently flashing to alert the public of their presence. Weather permitting the crosswalk will be painted on March 8, 2018 at which time the pedestrian activated lights will become fully operational.

The pedestrian activated lights were installed to allow the safe crossing of students and pedestrians and the public is asked to take extra caution in the area.