Where should I park?
If your driveway is being repaired, it will typically be the end of the day before you will be allowed to drive on it. There will be times the driveway will be gravel until the asphalt is constructed. During that day, you will be allowed to park on the street in front of your house. However, it is preferred if you could park on a side street not impacted by construction to avoid trying to find the owner if vehicles have to be moved.

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1. What kind of access can I expect during construction?
2. Will there be parking restrictions?
3. Will my driveway be repaired?
4. Where should I park?
5. What happens if I witness something dangerous in the construction zone?
6. Will my utilities (water, sewer, phone, cable, etc.) be affected?
7. How long does it take?
8. What are the typical hours of construction?
9. Can the contractor replace my driveway?
10. What will happen to mail delivery?
11. What if I need special access to my property?
12. How will this affect emergency services?
13. Trash, recycling and bus pickup?
14. Dust?
15. What should I do with the sprinkler system?
16. What are the marks and stakes I see?