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Pavement Management Program

The 2021 Pavement Management Project will repair or resurface 4.8 miles of roads in Tinley Park. For more information, please see the 2021 PMP map detailing which streets will be resurfaced or patched.

2021 PMP Streets

Resurfacing work utilizes the heat scarification process, which is an efficient and cost-effective recycling measure. The system heats and then smoothens the existing street asphalt in preparation for a new overlay. Tinley Park has been recognized by the asphalt recycling industry for using this environmentally friendly program.

Please note that heat from the scarification process can cause temporary discoloration of grass and tree leaves near the project, but the color will return in a few months.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some frequently asked questions regarding the Village's Pavement Management Program.

What work will be done?

When will the project start?

When will the project be completed?

What is a curb? What is it used for?

How do I know which curbs are being removed?

Where am I supposed to park?

Will I have access to my driveway?

Will the Police Department let me park on the street overnight during the project?

Why isn't my curb being replaced?

Why isn't my entire apron being replaced?

Why was the sidewalk on the corner removed?

They worked on my curb, and now the curb and driveway aren't the same height. Why is this?

Why didn't they fix a larger section of my curb?

Why is my grass burned and the leaves falling off my parkway tree?

What is a heater scarifier?

The grass was not restored. Will this ever get done?

Why was my street selected to be resurfaced?

How much does the project cost, and how is it funded?

Will school buses and garbage trucks be able to use the road?

What happens if the contractor damages my mailbox, sprinkler system or dog fence?

Will the road be closed?

Why does it take so long to complete the project? Why isn't the contractor working today?

Can I drive on tack oil?