There will be no parking tonight, June 10, in downtown Camden along Main Street from the intersection of Mountain Street to the corner of Chestnut Street after 10 p.m. to allow for the painting of crosswalks and parking lines.

On Sunday, June 12, Chestnut Street will be closed entirely to parking from noon to 4 p.m. while a vintage car event is under way. Churchgoers will be able to park on Chestnut Street in the morning.

And, beginning Sunday evening, June 12, there will be no parking on Main Street from the intersection of Mountain Street through the downtown area in order for Pike Industries to finish paving Route 1 through Camden.

Next week the hydro seeders will spray grass seed on the lawns behind the new bituminous curb and contractors will complete the final stripe. They will also be cleaning up following the resurfacing project.

Pike Industries began milling Route 1 from the Rockport town line to the intersection of Mountain Street/Route 52 on April 24, scraping off decades of old pavement. In May, the road got shimmed, and last week they began laying the final asphalt.

Contract terms of the $900,000 project require the work to be completed by June 17. The work is accomplished during the hours of 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. and the highway remains open throughout that time.

That stretch of road supports an average of 13,000 vehicles per day, said Maine Department of Transportation spokesman Mark Latti.