Adams Street should be paved Friday, and, weather permitting, the road will reopen totally to through traffic on Monday, Westborough engineering officials said Thursday.
The sewer main construction project on Adams is done, engineering officials said in a project update that also will be posted on Westborough's website.
"You will receive notification via mail when individual residential hook ups can begin," the notice says.
"We anticipate this to be several months from now."
Meanwhile, the Morse Street sewer and water main construction project should start on Monday.
"This activity will involve blasting of the bedrock," the notice states.
"The road will be closed between the two Piccadilly Way intersections. There will be a detour in effect during the day for this portion of the project. Everyone will have access to their homes at all times unless notified otherwise. Emergency vehicles will have access at all times."
The homes should be connected to a temporary water bypass system by the end of this Friday, the notice says.
In addition, the contractor on the Spring Road project has connected most homes to a temporary water bypass system.
"We encourage residents to keep a container of water in their refrigerator so you can access cold water when needed," the notice states.
"You may also experience low water pressure as well. The bypass pipe, in some instances, will need to be installed across your driveways. Although there will be rubber ramps and/or pavement over the pipe, please use caution and drive slowly when entering and exiting.
"We anticipate that you will be on the bypass system approximately two months."
No sewer construction on Crownridge Road and Fox Lane has been scheduled, the notice states.