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Auburn Area Improvements - Cranston



Effective dates

06/01/2014 - 12/31/2015


Contract 7 entails replacing/relining mains and replacing lead services in the Auburn section of Cranston. Homes and businesses will continue to receive water while construction is ongoing.

Streets Affected

  • Reservoir Ave
  • Park Ave
  • Rugby St
  • Norfolk St
  • Wollaston St
  • Essex St
  • Blaisdell St
  • Harwood St
  • Melrose St
  • Ivanhoe St
  • Hazelwood St
  • Auburn St
  • Midler St
  • Ruxton St
  • Hayward St
  • Pontiac Ave
  • Shirley St
  • Concord Ave
  • Lexington Ave
  • Winter St
  • Blackamore St
  • Waterman Ave
  • Oakland Ave
  • Chestnut Ave
  • Colonial Ave
  • Glengrove Ave
  • Eden Park Dr
  • Nowell Rd
  • Intervale Rd
  • Shortway Rd
  • Crossway Rd
  • Aqueduct Rd
  • Delway Rd