To ensure that they are safe and in good condition for residents, roads in the Village of Lindenhurst are assessed regularly by the Superintendent of Public Works.  Re-paving schedules are determined by the funds that are available on a yearly basis, and the maintenance that is needed for the safety of our community.  This year, the Village has utilized over $2 million of Federal, State, and Utility Company funds to resurface many roads and improve drainage throughout the Village.

Trustee Patrick Pichichero said, “Although it seems that we only scratched the surface, the Village Board will continue to do as many drainage and road improvement projects as possible to improve the quality of life for our residents, for years to come.”

Pictured here overseeing the recent resurfacing operation on North Hamilton Avenue are Mayor Michael Lavorata and Trustee Patrick Pichichero.