Street Construction News

Utility Work – Fireside Avenue

Beginning on Monday, August 8, 2022, crews will be performing repairs to the sanitary sewer along South Fireside Avenue between East 51st Street and East 52nd Street.  There will be intermittent short term lane restrictions and road closures as the work progresses. 

Weather permitting, the repairs are anticipated to be complete within one week.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

Utility Work – Matthew Drive

Beginning on Monday, August 8, 2022, crews will be performing repairs to the sanitary sewer along South Matthew Drive between East Micah Lane and East Marson Drive.  There will be intermittent short term lane restrictions and road closures as the work progresses. 

Weather permitting, the repairs are anticipated to be complete within one week.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

Utility Work – Sixth Street

Beginning on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, crews will be performing repairs to a sanitary sewer manhole at the intersection of West Sixth Street and North Prairie Avenue.  There will be lane width restrictions to Sixth Street vehicle traffic and intermittent road closures to Prairie Avenue vehicle traffic as the work progresses.

Weather permitting, the repairs are anticipated to be complete within one week.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

Street Closure - Sherman Avenue

Starting on Monday, August 8, 2022, North Sherman Avenue will be closed to traffic from Fifth Street to Sixth Street to allow crews to reconstruct the roadway and install underground utilities. 

Work for this phase of the project is anticipated to be completed within five to six weeks.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while traveling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

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