This project involves complete street replacement for the intersection, including 200’ to the east of the intersection and 30’ to the south, 150’ to the west, and 105’ north of the intersection. In addition, there will be replacement of the existing water main, sanitary sewer rehab and a new storm sewer and intakes for the intersection.
On Monday, June 3, work began on Stage 1 of the project. During Stage 1 Broadway Street will be closed north of Washington This project will be completed in three major stages and is expected to be substantially complete by September 15. Work on Stage 2 will not begin until Stage 1 is substantially completed. If you have any questions please call Public Works at 628‐1601.
Project Time Line/Phasing
This project will be completed in three major stages allowing for two lanes of traffic, East and West, on Washington throughout the project. North and South through traffic on Broadway will not be possible during the project. Access for businesses at the Northeast and Northwest corners of the intersection will be maintained at all times off either Broadway or Washington Street but not both during stages 1 and 2.
Work began Monday on Stage 1
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