Buffalo, NY – Mayor Byron W. Brown joined crews from the City of Buffalo Department of Public Works, Parks and Streets (DPW) to officially kick off the 2018 residential paving and sidewalk work season in Buffalo. The City will invest over $10 million in neighborhood work and $35 million in major projects this year, bringing Buffalo’s total infrastructure investment to $325 million since 2006.
Mayor Brown stated, “From new streets to new streetlights and sidewalks, we continue to invest in neighborhood improvements that matter to our residents and help improve the quality of life.”
Earlier this month, City crews began street milling and paving operations in neighborhoods throughout Buffalo.
DPW Commissioner Stepniak said, “Thanks to the strong commitment from Mayor Brown to our citywide infrastructure improvement program, we are steadily improving road and sidewalk conditions in every part of the City.”
Over $45 million will be invested in City of Buffalo infrastructure work this season, including $35 million in major projects, and $10 million in funding for Mayor Brown’s citywide residential street and sidewalk repaving program. Following are some of the roads and sidewalks where work has already started, or will start, over the next few weeks:
Major Projects Continuing:
Major Projects starting in 2018:
City-wide CDBG Paving:
City-wide CDBG Sidewalks:
Virgil from Tacoma to Taunton