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Posted on: February 20, 2024

[ARCHIVED] Construction Notice - Ross Street Utility Upgrades

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Please be advised that starting on Thursday February 22, 2024, the Contractor for the construction project will be performing exploratory works to locate existing utilities prior to construction. The work will involve traffic control at the intersection of Ross St and Hudson Ave, lasting for the day. Traffic movements will be permitted in all directions for the duration of the one-day work, under Traffic Control Persons direction.

Upon completion of the exploratory work, the Contractor intends to undertake FULL CLOSURE of the intersection of Ross and Hudson starting at 9:00 PM Saturday February 24, 2024, for installation of sanitary utility works. The work will be completed, before 9:00 AM Monday February 26, 2024, at which time the intersection will be reopened to traffic. 

Beginning on Monday February 26, 2024, Ross St between Lakeshore and the south side of the parking lot access will be closed to vehicle traffic. During this time, the Contractor will be performing utility work on the sanitary and storm systems. The Contractor will be working during daytime hours to complete the work, with a portion of the work being undertaken at night. Night work will allow an accelerated completion schedule, minimizing the impact to downtown traffic. Provisions will be made to ensure continued access to the Ross Street Parking Lot and full access for pedestrians and  businesses during this time. The Ross Street closure is expected to last for two weeks. 

During this construction period traffic disruptions can be expected, however, every effort will be made to keep disruptions to a minimum. Construction signs will be posted to assist with traffic flow. Please exercise caution and obey all signage placed for your safety.

We thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding during this construction period.

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