Will my driveway access be disrupted?

Yes. The Contractor will provide advance notice of 24 hours for any driveway that will be out of service and non-accessible. The contractor will be required to provide a parking location for two vehicles for up to 10 hours of closing the driveway, at each property. If the driveway cannot be opened within 10 hours to vehicle traffic, the contractor shall provide parking for vehicles, but no longer than 24 hours.

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1. What is the history of the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan? When was the first plan implemented by City Council? When was it last updated? What was the purpose of the first plan?
2. What is the Connectivity Plan?
3. Why do we have a Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan?
4. Where can I find a map of the future budgeted sidewalks and trails?
5. How do these projects benefit Hudson residents?
6. What projects will we see constructed in 2021?
7. Where can I find more information about the Sidewalk and Trail Master Plan?
8. Can I submit thoughts or suggestions about the plan?
9. Is there a direct fee or charge to the adjacent property owners for this sidewalk work?
10. Will I still receive packages, deliveries, and US Mail Service during construction?
11. Will I still receive refuse and trash pickup service?
12. Will my driveway access be disrupted?
13. Who do I call if I have an issue?
14. What if I have a private irrigation system or underground dog fence within the City right-of-way? Will I need to relocate it?
15. What if I have a private fence, boulders, private walk, or landscaping within the City right-of-way? Will I need to relocate it?
16. Will I need to remove snow and repair the sidewalk once it is constructed?
17. Will the sidewalk be compliant with the current American Disability Act?