Public Works crews in the City of Pittsburgh are busy resurfacing streets.

The city’s Street Resurfacing Program began Monday, April 6.

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Nine streets will be milled and paved – weather permitting.

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Work will be performed in the evening and overnight hours between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Check the list below to find out if your street is getting paved:

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  • Penn Avenue (Centre to S.Euclid) – Milled: April 6; Paved: April 7, 10
  • N. Euclid Street (Station to Stanton) – Milled: April 7; Paved: April 8
  • Baum Square (S. Euclid to S. Highland) – Milled: April 6; Paved: April 9
  • S. Highland Avenue (Centre to Penn) – Milled: April 6; Paved: April 9
  • Eva Street (S. Euclid to S. Beatty) – Milled: April 7; Paved: April 9
  • S. Whitfield (Baum Blvd to Penn) – Milled: April 7; Paved: April 9
  • S. 18th Street (Wharton to Mary) – Milled: April 8; Paved: TBD
  • S. 18th Street (Mission St Bridge to St. Patrick) – Milled: April 8; Paved: TBD
  • S. 21st Street (E. Carson to Josephine) – Milled: April 9; Paved: TBD

For more information, visit the city’s website at this link.