12/21/2004 - City receives more than $1M in Grants for Road Resurfacing

City receives over $1M in Grants for Road Resurfacing

 

The New Jersey Department of Transportation and The County of Bergen collectively awarded more than $1M to the City of Hackensack to resurface several roads throughout the City.

 

The following is a list of roads that are currently slated for resurfacing in Spring, 2005:

 

- The Esplande (entire length to include curbing and drainage)

- Moore Street (to Church Street)

- Atlantic Street (from Union Street to Railroad tracks)

- Main Street (from Temple to Spring Valley)

- Spring Valley Avenue (from Main Street to Maywood Border)

- Berry Street (from Haynes Street to Railroad Avenue)

- East Railroad Avenue (entire length)

- American Legion Drive (from Prospect Avenue to First Street)

- Gardner Place (entire length)

- Kennedy Street (from River Street to Chestnut Avenue)

- Vreeland Avenue (Hudson Street to South Hackensack border)

- Dyatt Place, Van Orden Place and Woodridge Avenue

- Green Street (Essex Street to South Hackensack border)

 

City officials are grateful to receive this funding from State and County governments.  “It’s always nice when funding for these projects comes from outside sources”, said City Manager Peter J. Capone.  The City has been actively soliciting grant money for a variety of causes including domestic preparedness, recreation and transportation related projects.  “We seek out these funds whenever possible so as not to impose too heavy a burden on local taxpayers”, said Mr. Capone, who was hopeful that additional grant money would be forthcoming in the near future.

 

Read about another $250k grant for the Hackensack Riverfront Walkway.