Forest Hills to begin paving 9 residential streets on March 25

The city of Forest Hills will begin paving nine residential streets on March 25. (Courtesy Fotolia)
The city of Forest Hills will begin paving nine residential streets on March 25. (Courtesy Fotolia)

The city of Forest Hills will begin paving nine residential streets on March 25. (Courtesy Fotolia)



The city of Forest Hills announced that nine residential streets will undergo paving beginning March 25. The project is expected to be completed by April 3, according to city officials.

The following streets are scheduled to be paved:

• Laurel Ridge Drive

• Goldstone Court


• Litchfield Way

• Bridleway Trail

• Priest Road

• Otter Creek Road from Priest Road to Robert E. Lee Drive

• Earlington Drive

• Gardendale Drive

• Stonehurst Drive

In addition to paving work, the city announced the following upcoming public works projects, which are expected to begin this spring:

• Metro Nashville Public Works has replaced a culvert on Tyne Boulevard and will later pave Tyne Boulevard from Forest Hills’ city limits to Oak Hill’s city limits.

• Cromwell Drive, Melbourne Drive, Montcrest Drive, Pinehurst Drive, Robert E. Lee Drive and Willshire Drive will undergo asphalt treatments.

• The city has a contractor to begin the maintenance and replacement of street signs, with a priority on signs that are missing or severely damaged. The project's start date has not been announced.

All road work is weather permitting, officials said.


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