Mason Road project complete

Mason Road project complete

June 23, 2020

Mason Road project complete

Our Mason Road Sidewalk and Sewer Project is complete!  

  • New sidewalks for increased walkability, connecting our parks, trails and schools. 
  • New crosswalks for pedestrian safety and neighborhood access. 
  • New sanitary sewer and water service lines for several homeowners. 
  • Newly milled, paved and striped roadway with improved drainage. 

Town Supervisor Ciaran Hanna was joined by Town Board members Peg Havens, Seana Sartori, David Belaskas, and Meredith Stockman-Broadbent as well as members of the Department of Public Works (DPW) to celebrate the completion of the highly-anticipated Mason Road Sidewalk and Sewer Project, started in 2018.  

This is a significant project for the Town, as Mason Road connects Ayrault Road and New York State Route 31, and is surrounded by several popular parks as well as the RS&E Trail. In addition to new sidewalks, the project also includes the establishment of numerous crosswalks, which will provide safe passage for our students coming to and from Fairport High School. 

The Mason Road Sidewalk Project highlights the Town’s effort to expand our walkable network, and provide mobility for people of all ages and abilities. It also highlights the top-notch work of our Department of Public Works – this project required meticulous planning by our engineers, efficient execution by our highway crews, and significant labor from our sewer department. Together, along with local construction partners, DPW created new sidewalks, installed new crosswalks, delivered sewer and water lines to more homes, and finished the process of milling, paving and striping for a brand new Mason Road that improves the quality of life for neighbors and everyone who travels along this popular 1-mile stretch. 

“With such an active population in Perinton, our Mason Road Sidewalk and Sewer project will improve the safety of families and residents as they go about their day-to-day lives – from our kids walking to school to our residents accessing parks and trails,” said Hanna, “I thank our Department of Public Works and project partners for their hard work to expand our walkable network, and provide improved mobility for people of all ages and abilities.”

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