This post will serve as an Updates page for paving in the Valley Trace area of Harpeth Trace. We will update this post with news as soon as it is available!
Tuesday – August 12
Apologies for the lack of updates – the paving project has been complete for a couple of weeks. The sealcoat application made the finished product look quite nice and the HTSA Board is working with a small number of homeowners to mitigate landscaping damage resulting from the curb work. Longstanding drainage issues have been corrected by the new curbing – and we’re done with the asphalt water berms!
Thanks again to everyone in our wonderful neighborhood for their patience and courtesy!
Friday – July 25
The HTSA Board has been working with homeowners to address landscaping and driveway issues resulting from the paving project.
Important: On Tuesday, July 29, Pavecoat will be back to apply a sealcoat to the newly paved surfaces. This should drastically improve the appearance of the asphalt, which was scarred significantly by the curbing equipment. Because of that scheduling problem, Pavecoat is applying the sealcoat at no charge.
There must be NO TRAFFIC on the applied sealant from 10AM – 1PM on Tuesday, 7/29.
Driving on the wet sealant will result in tires tracking black sealant onto your driveways, as well as impact the effectiveness of the layer on the street.
As always, please feel free to discuss this and all issues on the neighborhood forum (registration required). There is a thread to discuss the 2014 paving HERE.
Friday – July 11
Important Update: We have been notified that irrigation systems and sprinklers along Valley Trace Drive and Court, and Harpeth Oaks Court must be turned off or otherwise set to NOT RUN tomorrow. It is imperative that they not come on during curb placement.
The end is in sight!
Thursday – July 10
Further delays in laying curbs. We are told by Pavecoat, LLC, our paving contractor, that due to problems with subcontractor and availability of the curbing equipment, the curbs will (now) be installed on Saturday, July 12.
Monday – July 7
Driveways were prepared for concrete today – we have been informed that they will be poured tomorrow morning and residents should be able to drive into their driveways tomorrow afternoon. Curbs on the roads are now scheduled to be installed on Wednesday.
Once again, we can’t thank homeowners enough for their patience and understanding!
Thursday – July 3
We’re PAVED! The weather held yesterday and paving was completed in the project area. Thank you so much for everyone’s cooperation and patience. Residents are asked to please let the Board of Directors know immediately if there are problems or issues that need to be addressed.
Once again – curbing will take place early next week, with driveway aprons/ribbons being installed Monday and the remaining curbs on Tuesday. See below for specifics.
Monday – June 30
UPDATE – Due to conflicting schedules with the sub-contractor for curbing, the project manager with Pavecoat has made the decision to change the order of our paving schedule. Our engineer has approved the plan as sound, so we are proceeding accordingly.
TOMORROW – Tuesday, July 1: Surfaces will be prepped for paving. Roads will be passable, but patience will be required to get around machinery as needed. Please give yourselves some time to get in and out of home.
Wednesday, July 2: PAVING – Make plans to stay OFF of streets from 7AM – 6PM. In the event of rain on Wednesday, paving will occur Thursday, July 3.
Curbs will be poured over two days on Monday, July 7 – Tuesday, July 8, weather permitting. On the first day, all driveway aprons will be poured. On the second day, the remaining curbs throughout the area will be poured. This schedule will permit street parking on Monday, while driveway entrances are impassable. The following day, residents will be able to move vehicles to their driveways while the remaining curbs are placed. We hope this makes the entire process easier. This schedule is, of course, still subject to interruption by Mother Nature.
Residents are asked to please bear with us for a week or so more of inconvenience for what we hope will be many years of enjoying good roads and storm water runoff improvement. The end is in sight!
Thursday – June 26
Curbs in the affected area have been removed; however, due to grinding equipment being ready earlier than expected, Pavecoat has informed us that now they are waiting for the curbing sub-contractors to install curbs and driveway aprons. This could happen as soon as Monday, but we do not have a definite date. We will do everything we can to inform you as much ahead of time as possible. Once formed, you will need to avoid driving over the apron for 24-hours.
Residents needing to use their driveway on the day curb aprons are installed will need to park in one of the designated parking spaces across from the guard house or on the service road across Highway 100. You cannot park on the affected streets because equipment needs to access the street in order to pour curbs. (There is also some limited street parking available further up Harpeth Trace Drive.)
We deeply regret the inconveniences and the changing schedule. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with immediate or specific concerns, or if you live in the affected area and have not received email communication regarding the paving.