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Crews from the Department of Transportation (DOT) will be heading out to Ozone Park and South Ozone Park beginning the week of July 10 to resurface streets throughout the neighborhood.

Community Board 10, in a post to its Facebook page on Thursday, listed nine streets that will be resurfaced in the weeks ahead. DOT crews will first strip the existing layer of asphalt (a process known as milling) before returning later to apply new blacktop.

The most notable road to be resurfaced will be a portion of Lefferts Boulevard between Rockaway Boulevard and North Conduit Avenue in South Ozone Park — a key route to and from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

These Ozone Park streets will also be repaved:

  • 84th Street between Liberty and Pitkin avenues;
  • 89th Street between Gold Road and Sutter Avenue;
  • 90th Street between Sutter Avenue and Silver Road;
  • 109th Avenue between 84th and 86th streets;
  • Chicot Road between Cross Bay Boulevard and Sutter Avenue;
  • Gold Road between 89th Street and 133rd Avenue;
  • Rico Place between Silver and Chicot roads; and
  • Silver Road between 90th Street and 133rd Avenue.

Parking will be restricted on these streets while work is in progress; the DOT will place notices in advance of the work. Any vehicle found parked on the street during posted work hours can and will be towed.

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