SCARSDALE, N.Y. - Beginning in the new year, there will be minimally invasive repair work being kick started at the Freightway Garage in Scarsdale that will affect several parking spaces at the busy location.
Last week, Josh Ringel, the assistant to Village Manager Stephen Pappalardo announced that beginning on Monday, contractors will be performing concrete repair work on selections of the first and fifth floors where they’ve recently noticed deterioration.
According to officials, “while the scope of the maintenance is relatively limited in nature, there will be impacts to commuters in the form of parking restrictions and access to protected work zone.” Because the work is being done on the first and fifth floors, sections on the area directly below on the ground level and fourth floor will also be cordoned off to commuters as a precaution.
The work is expected to take between five and 10 working days, depending on weather conditions. Before maintenance begins, DPW crews will be posting “no parking signs” to make the transition as easy as possible for motorists.
Construction oversight will be provided by the village’s Engineering Department, who can be reached at (914) 722-1104.