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Village of Croton-on-Hudson 2015 Roadway Pavement Striping Plan
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Last Updated: 2015/8/18
Tuesday, August 25, 2015:  The Department of Public Works has retained Seneca Pavement Markings, Inc. to perform the Village of Croton-on-Hudson's annual roadway pavement striping improvements.  This work will include re-striping of existing double yellow centerlines and solid white edge lines at various locations within the Village.  

Please refer to the link below (and attached PDF file) to view and/or download the "2015 Pavement Striping Plan":

Please also refer to the following list of Village roads proposed for pavement line striping:

  • Scenic Drive West
  • Stevenson Place
  • Old Post Road North (between Lounsbury Road and Grand Street)
  • Brook Street (between Old Post Road North and Conte Electric Inc.)
  • Grand Street (between South Riverside Avenue and Maple Street)
  • Old Post Road South (between Grand Street and Cleveland Drive)
  • Mount Airy Road
  • Wood Road
  • Gerstein Street
  • Quaker Bridge Road
  • Cleveland Drive (between Benedict Boulevard and Gerstein Street)
  • Truesdale Drive (between Cleveland Drive and Cedar Lane)
  • Bungalow Road (from South Riverside Avenue to Duck Pond Park)
  • South Riverside Avenue (between Municipal Place to Shop Rite Shopping Center)
  • Half Moon Bay Drive (Northern and Southern Portions)
  • Elliot Way
  • Croton Point Avenue (between South Riverside Avenue and Half Moon Bay Drive)
  • Gateway/Veteran's Plaza (between Croton Point Avenue and Croton Municipal Garage)
Pavement striping will commence approximately at midnight on Tuesday, August 25, 2015.  Work is anticipated to be completed (barring unforeseen mechanical issues) well in advance of morning commute hours.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Department of Public Works at (914) 271-3775.

Thank you.

Anthony R. Carr, PE, CFM
Commissioner of Public Works