Updated Schedule: Linleigh Way
New Work Date
The first phase of Linleigh Way sidewalk work is scheduled to begin next Tuesday, October 28th.
Sidewalk and concrete work is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 28th (weather permitting). There will be a safety tape with notice reminders set out the day before work is scheduled to remind residents about parking. In the event of a weather delay, residents will be notified of schedule changes in advance.
All vehicles parked on Linleigh Way in spaces that face a sidewalk area will need to be removed BEFORE 8 AM on the day work is to take place.
Vehicles not moved will be towed at owner expense.
Vehicles may be parked in the eight spaces that face the Linleigh Way mailbox island or along the Casperson circle area. Normal parking will resume after the concrete work is compete. Residents returning home from work after 5 pm should be able to park as they usually do.
Please note: Avoid walking on the new concrete until cones or safety tape have been removed.
After sidewalk work is complete, soil and sod will be installed in the affected verge areas. There will be a safety tape with notice reminders set out the day before work is scheduled to remind residents about parking.
Work will be scheduled to take place the day after the “all clear” is given on the concrete work and should be completed in less than one day. Only vehicles that are parked in spots that face or are adjacent to areas with disturbed soil will need to be moved. Please do not leave your vehicle parked after 8AM in one of these affected areas. Normal parking will resume by the time those returning from work after 5 PM arrive home.
Fairfax County Water Authority will trim the water cover boxes (the tubes) to match the new level of the grass verge areas. FFX Water requires a 3-5 day scheduling buffer so the water meter covers may be “up” for a few days after Phase Two. Please be mindful of these temporary tripping hazards.
There will be a safety tape with notice reminders set out the day before work is scheduled to remind residents about parking.
Just like Phase Two, parking in spots that are near the affected water meter boxes should be avoided for the day. Fairfax Water will need room to work so any vehicle parked nearby may hinder their ability to complete the work as planned.
Residents will be notified as to which day the water meter work will be scheduled so residents can adjust their parking accordingly. Work is anticipated to take a few hours unless the need to replace a “tube” is deemed necessary.
For more information:
Your neighbor, Greg Melenchen, 6465 Linleigh Way, is the Operations Committee lead for this project. Please email questions or comments to: email@example.com or simply approach Greg if you see him out and about or knock on his door.