Will I always have access to my driveway?

Access to all properties will be maintained for the vast majority of this project. However, there may be times during the day when you may not be able to access your driveway due to utility repairs, street paving, or other work, but generally access will be provided at the end of each day. With that being said, access may be unavailable for approximately seven days following any concrete curb or driveway replacement work. Residents will be provided notification when possible during the project when access to their homes will be restricted. 

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1. Will I always have access to my driveway?
2. Can I park on the street?
3. Will delivery or removal service be disrupted (mail service, UPS/FedEx/Amazon, and garbage services)?
4. Where will I be able to pick up my mail?
5. How will the school bus pick up my children?
6. Will the contractor work in front of my house on weekends?
7. Will the contractor work in front of my house on holidays?
8. Whom may I contact if I have a question or concern during the project?
9. Can I have the contractors replace my entire driveway?
10. Will the areas of my lawn that are disturbed be replaced?
11. Will my trees be removed?
12. How are landscaping features and irrigation systems dealt with during construction?
13. I would like to install a raingarden in my yard, is that something that can be done with the project?
14. Will my water and sanitary sewer services be replaced?
15. How much is this project going to cost me?
16. How do you decide which streets to improve annually?