Street Maintenance and Resurfacing 2022

Throughout the month of October, the City of Hendersonville will be conducting street maintenance and repaving several streets within the City. Paving schedule is subject to change due to infrastructure improvement coordination and weather delays.

The paving contractor will be Tarheel Paving of Hendersonville and they will communicate with businesses and residents with a more specific schedule as it pertains to their street.  

Streets to be resurfaced include: 

  • Balsam Road from Spartanburg Highway to Greenville Highway
  • Wildflower Lane from Underhill Road to dead end 
  • Shadywood Lane from Balsam Road to Pineland Road 
  • Pineland Road from Underhill Road to dead end 
  • Lily Pond Road from Kanuga Road to West Allen Street 
  • Armstrong Avenue from West Lake Avenue to Reservoir Drive 
  • West Allen Street from West Lake Avenue to Whitted Street 
  • East Barnwell Street from Main Street to King Street 
  • Short Street from Kanuga Road to Willow Road 
  • Alley from Short Street to White Street 
  • Upland Way from Jordan Street to Dead End 
  • Barnwell Street from Main Street to Church Street 
  • Barnwell Street from Church Street to Washington Street 
  • Allen Street from King Street to Main Street 
  • Edwards Alley from Allen Street to First Avenue 
  • Edwards Alley from First Avenue to Second Avenue 
  • Seventh Avenue East from the Mud Creek Bridge to Duncan Hill Road 
  • Oklawaha Trail from Seventh Avenue to the Highway 64 Bridge 
  • Victory Heir Street from Seventh Avenue East to Dead End 
  • Kay Thomas Drive from Victory Heir Street to Dead End 
  • Alley 2 from Locust Street to Grove Street 

The extent of the maintenance will vary depending on the situation. Some streets may simply be given a new layer of asphalt overlaying the existing surface, while other streets may require some milling before a layer of new asphalt is applied.  

The City of Hendersonville uses a Pavement Condition Survey to determine the condition of city-maintained streets and to establish a prioritized repair program. Major thoroughfares through the City are maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). A resource to determine whether a street is maintained by the City of Hendersonville or NCDOT is the pavement condition map available on the City of Hendersonville website. 

For questions about this project, please call the City of Hendersonville Public Works Department at (828) 697-3084. 

View the Street Paving Map