Concrete repairs to several sections of street will begin this month.

The repairs are scheduled to begin sometime during the week of Monday, Sept. 20, according to a press release from the City of Norfolk.

The projects will be completed one at a time and will take place in the following order:

— Woodcrest Street from East Maple Avenue to East Sycamore Avenue

— Monroe Avenue from 15th Street to 16th Street

— Taylor Avenue from Market Lane to 25th Street

— Hillview Drive from College View Drive to Sheridan Drive

— Monroe Avenue from First Street to water pollution control entrance

— 18th Street from Bel Air Road to Imperial Road (summer 2022)

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