The paving season is underway. The Streets Department plans to resurface 60  miles between now and the fall. Paving happens every year to keep our streets safe and smooth.

Schedule for week of April 8, 2024

These streets are scheduled for the initial phases of improvement including milling, adjusting of manhole covers, and resetting of utility boxes. The separate activities take place over the course of the week. Operations for the milling work will be performed during day hours, between 7 A.M. and 4 P.M.

  • CARTERET DR, from Lackland Dr to Frankford Ave.
  • LEON ST, from Grant Ave to Dead end west.
  • FITLER ST, from Leon St to Frankford Ave.
  • EDEN ST, from Leon St to Frankford Ave.
  • FAIRFIELD ST, from Willits RD to Convent Ave.
  • WESLEYAN RD, from Willits RD to Fairfield St.
  • MARITA ST, from Rennard St to Hendrix St.
  • GREINER RD, from Rennard St to Tomlinson RD
  • GREINER PL, from Greiner Rd to Cul De Sac West.
  • RENNARD ST, from Jeanes St to City Boundary.
  • RENNARD TER, from Rennard St to Cul De Sac South.
  • RENNARD PL, from Lackland Dr to Lackland Dr.
  • GARDNER ST, from Greiner RD to Rennard St.
  • HALDEMAN AVE, from E Roosevelt Blvd to Red Lion Rd.
  •  NORTHEAST BLVD, from Red Lion Rd to Northeast Blvd N.
  • KREWSTOWN DR, from Algon Ave to Rising sun Ave.

Have a question about the paving process in Philadelphia?

Check out this list of frequently asked questions.

When is paving season?
Work begins late March/early April and continues through November.

How do I know if my street is on the paving list?
The complete list of streets scheduled for repaving is at phila.gov/paving. You can also look for paving notifications posted on doors and/or vehicles in the affected area.

How long does it take a street to paved?
The process takes three to five weeks from the time work begins. Exact time varies and is dependent on the length and width of the street.

Do I need to move my car during paving operations?
Yes. There will be parking restrictions to allow crews to complete paving work. Temporary “No Parking” signs will say when cars should move. Moving your car prevents both towing and delays in the project.

What if my car is towed?
If your car is towed, it will be towed to a nearby street. Contact your local Police District for the location of the car. A complete list of Police Districts can be found here.

How will I be notified about paving work?
You are notified through the following means:

  • Doorhangers placed on vehicles or in household doors with paving information.
  • Temporary “No Parking” signs. The Streets Department will post No Parking signs with specific dates and times when cars must be moved.
  • NextDoor posts. Announcements will be posted in affected neighborhoods. Learn more about NextDoor.
  • Updates on social media. Make sure to follow @PhilaStreets on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Where can I find the complete list of streets scheduled for paving?

You can view the complete list of streets scheduled for paving in the paving program booklet at phila.gov/paving.

Can the timeline for completed paving operations be altered?
The normal paving timeline of three to five weeks can change depending upon weather conditions and area special events. Emergency utility work can also alter the paving schedule.

Will sidewalks be replaced during paving operations?
New sidewalks are not included in paving operations. The city and/or its contractors are not responsible for any pre-existing damage. Each paving project is documented with photos before and after the project. If you need to report curb damage during repaving, please contact Philly311.

What is the paving process?

The street improvement process involves two separate phases or four steps:

  • Preparation phase 
    • Step 1: Removal of the existing top asphalt surface (milling)
    • Step 2: Setting manholes covers and any roadway base areas
  • Paving phase 
    • Step 3: New asphalt applied; actual paving of the roadway
    • Step 4: Laying any line striping and traffic markings
The web map paving tracker allows residents to go online and view the progress of a street scheduled for paving. View and track the Streets Department's core services: trash and recycling, paving, permits and snow operations at StreetSmartPHL.phila.gov.