The city council approved $579,986 in state road resurfacing grant it received earlier in the year to pave a small number of streets.
14 streets are on the list for resurfacing, but not all of them will be paved. The estimated cost to resurface the 14 streets stand at $1.8 million, according to city records.
The state grant will be used to resurface as many streets as possible until fund runs out, said city officials.
On the list are:
• Trenton Avenue from 22nd Avenue to Route 80 bridge
• Trenton Avenue from Michigan Avenue to Crooks Avenue
• Dundee Avenue from East Railway Avenue to Lakeview Avenue
• East 27th Street from 18th Avenue to Market Street
• Hamilton Avenue from Straight Street to Carroll Street
• Sparrow Street from River Street to North York Street
• North York Street from Lyons Street to Sassafras Street
• 19th Avenue from East 30th Street to Vreeland Avenue
• East 29th Street from McLean Boulevard to 10th Avenue
• Quinn Street from McBride Avenue to Barnes Street
• Hoxey Street from McBride Avenue to Grand Street
• Danforth Avenue from McBride Avenue to Ramsey Street
• North Main Street from Clinton Street to Haledon Avenue
• North 10th Street from Jefferson Street to Oxford Street.
The city received the grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) in April.