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Pave We Must — An Update

Paving will now begin on Wed Oct 22.

Two years of bumping and grinding is about to come to an end in the Village of Nyack. Residents and visitors who have been bumping along the potholes on North Broadway while grinding their teeth waiting for an O&R Gas Main upgrade project to be completed are about to be rewarded with new pavement.

Milling of the affected roads is scheduled to begin on Wed Oct 22, weather permitting. Resurfacing can begin after milling is completed on each street.

Residents, visitors and businesses on the affected streets will be prohibited from parking on those roads from 6a-6p. Any vehicle which is parked in a place that interferes with either milling or paving will be towed.

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The streets slated for milling and resurfacing are:

  • Broadway (from First Ave through Sixth Ave)
  • Second Avenue
  • Third Avenue
  • Fourth Avenue (East and West of Broadway)
  • Ackerman Place
  • Tallman Avenue
  • Orchard Place
  • Laveta Place

10/15 Update From the Village of Nyack

Please look for white and red “No Parking” signs that will be posted on your street the night before they begin milling. These signs will indicate that you cannot park on those streets on the posted date.

There will be NO ON STREET PARKING where posted during these dates October 21-23 from 6a-6p. Any vehicles parked on the streets listed below will be towed if left parked during these hours

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