Paving Program - Nova Chip
UPDATE 06/02/22 2 PM: The 2022 Nova Chip Road Paving Program is scheduled to begin July 11, 2022.
We are currently waiting for specific work dates for each street from our contractor. Please check back here often for updates to the schedule.
This year's work will once again be done by Asphalt Maintenance Systems, LLC.
A letter will be mailed explaining this paving process and providing approximate dates for the work to be completed on each street.
Dates to Be Announced
|Street||From||To||Nova Chip Date|
|Anna Marie Circle||Meetinghouse Road||Cul-de-Sac|
|Cedar Road||Lindenwold Terrace||Loch Alsh Avenue|
|Hartranft Avenue||Highland Avenue||Madison Avenue|
|Jarrettown Road||Limekiln Pike||Kenmare Drive|
|Lindenwold Terrace||Bethlehem Pike||Cedar Road|
|Madison Avenue||Hartranft Avenue||Spring Avenue|
|North Hills Avenue||Fitzwatertown Road||Jenkintown Road|
|Prospect Avenue||Fort Washington Avenue||Cul-de-Sac|
|Vance Drive||Limekiln Pike||Cul-de-Sac|
Streets will be posted with “No Parking”. We would appreciate it if you would refrain from on-street parking during this time so crews can work quickly and efficiently.
Scheduled dates for individual streets will be posted here. Township inspectors will be on-site during all of the work. If you require additional information, please contact Rebecca Barrett at 215-643-1600, extension 3810.
The process requires closure of at least one traffic lane at a time, so through traffic will be delayed or prohibited as needed. Local traffic and emergency vehicles will be accommodated as possible, but delays could occur during the application. Township staff will monitor and coordinate the work and would appreciate any assistance with minimizing driveway traffic during the application.
Nova Chip is an ultra-thin friction course which will seal your street as well as provide a new road surface. The process consists of an ultra-thin application of a gap-graded Hot Mix wearing course placed over a heavy application of polymer modified emulsion by a specialized machine in a single pass. The product is excellent for use on high traffic areas due to its ability to be quickly re-opened to traffic. This system has a proven life of 10 – 15 years, under all types of conditions, making this material an important tool for preserving roads and highways
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rebecca Barrett, Public Works Administrative Assistant, at 215-643-1600 (x 3810).