The downtown streetscape work appoved at Hamilton Town Meeting in May is underway this week.
By Friday, 15 trees will be planted along the sidewalk on Railroad Avenue. Workers this week have cut open holes in the cement sidewalk where the trees will go.
Voters at Town Meeting approved $23,000 for downtown improvements - that included $15,000 to plant trees along Railroad Avenue.
John Tomsaz, director of the Hamilton Department of Public Works, said the trees will all be in by Friday.
The work also includes replacing the flower boxes in the median along Bay Road. Some landscaping has been done along Bay and Walnut roads, whoch is part of the project, Tomasz said.