City completes $17M sewer and street upgrade in Rosedale to improve street conditions and alleviate flooding

A $17.3 million project to improve street conditions, alleviate flooding and upgrade infrastructure in Rosedale has been completed two months ahead of schedule, city officials announced on Friday, Sept. 24. 

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) and the NYC Department of Design and Construction (DDC) announced the installation of 5,000 feet of new water mains, 2,800 feet of new storm sewers, and 44,000 feet of new or rebuilt sidewalks to make the neighborhood more resilient than ever. 

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