Crews are reconstructing deteriorated residential asphalt pavement in Stonebridge Lakes Estates.
The crews also are updating pedestrian ramps and driveways for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance.
The road reconstruction started in early April on the first two of 10 sections into which the town has divided the project. Residents will not have access to their driveways for about four to five days while crews excavate and reconstruct each section.
Once crews have rebuilt the subsurface, residents will have access to their driveways via a non-asphalt surface. About one to two weeks later, crews will pave various sections. Residents will not have access to their driveways on their paving day.
The town will notify residents of the access restrictions via door hangars. Those hangars will have the necessary information.
The project started in February and runs until the end of May. It will cost $3.6 million, paid for by the town of Gilbert. The town is using some bond money in the project.