Town Announces Road Closing in New
City Due to Drainage Project
A Portion of Phillips Hill
Road Closed Monday, March 7 through April
NY) - Phillips Hill Road in New City between Mary Ann Lane and New Hempstead Road will be closed due to a
drainage project starting Monday, March 7 through April.
During that time, the Town of Clarkstown will undertake the Phillips Hill
Road Culvert Replacement Project.The
project will replace the existing drainage culvert beneath Phillips Hill Road located just south of
the entrance to the Woodmont Day Camp (formerly Candy
Mountain Day Camp, 420 Phillips
Hill Road) with new twin pre-fabricated concrete
box culverts and related construction activity.The culvert is being replaced due to repeated damage from severe storm
A detour will be in place diverting traffic from Phillips Hill Road
to New Hempstead Road
(and vice versa) via Mary Ann Lane
and Patricia Drive.The road closure is expected to last
approximately eight weeks.
This project is part of the Town’s overall aggressive
efforts for flood mitigation and prevention.As part of Supervisor Gromack’s Drainage Task
Force, the Town has invested more than $16 million in infrastructure projects
to eradicate or eliminate flooding.
Questions pertaining to this project should be directed to
the Town of Clarkstown Department of Environmental Control at (845) 639-2111
Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.