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Project Status
The following major projects are currently underway.  This page will be updated to reflect current information about schedules, road closures, or any other important information.


Station Road Culvert Replacement Project
The Village is undertaking the replacement of a culvert that carries Barney Brook beneath Station Road near the intersection of Brook Place. A contract has been awarded to McNamee Construction to complete this work.

The contractor is expected to begin work on Monday, August 7, at which time Station Road will be shut down to thru traffic.   The closure is expected to last 8 weeks.

Properties on Station Road to the east of the construction zone will need to gain access from Broadway through the tunnel.  Properties to the west of the construction zone along Station Road, Oak Street, Willow Street, Maple Street, Woodbine Road, and Brook Place will need to gain access from South Buckhout Street.  Appropriate detour signage will be placed on Broadway, lower Harriman, West Clinton, South Buckhout, Main Street, and Station Road itself.

The closure has been coordinated with all emergency services, Public Works, and the Irvington Schools.

For residents who are unsure of exactly how they will be accessing their property, the following is a list of address that will need to access their property through the Station Road tunnel. 

Properties that must use the Station Road tunnel for access:
63 Station Road
65 Station Road
69 Station Road
70 Station Road
73 Station Road
75 Station Road
81 Station Road
84 Station Road
85 Station Road

All other residents on Station Road, Oak, Willow, Maple, Woodbine, and Brook Place must use South Buckhout Street for access.


Paving 2017
The Village DPW will be paving the full length of upper Fieldpoint Drive during the late summer / early fall of 2017.  A contract was just awarded to ELQ and a detailed schedule for paving activities will be posted when available.


Old Croton Aqueduct Trailway Improvement Project
Helped by a $230,500 NYS Parks grant, the Village will be undertaking certain improvements at the intersection of the Old Croton Aqueduct Trailway and Main Street.  The improvements include the enhancement of the crosswalks, rehabilitated war memorials, and the construction of a trail connecting Main Street to the OCA trail headed to the north (adjacent to the Main Street School parking lot).

The following is the upcoming schedule:


Week of July 24
Monday/Tuesday (7/24-25)
Finish Wall, Rake & Seed topsoil

Wed-Friday (7/26-28)
Concrete Curb
Granite Curb in Island

Week of July 31
Flag Pole foundation
Guard Rail (if material is ready)
Pavers in Circle and between trail and circle


Please note, there will no parking allowed on Aqueduct Lane until approximately July 31. Residents of Aqueduct Lane may park in the Aqueduct Parking Lot without a permit.