A month of road work in Courtenay

Expect line-painting crews to be working overnight on Courtenay streets over the next month.

Expect line-painting crews to be working overnight on Courtenay streets over the next month. From 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. weekdays, road markings in need of repair will be repainted. The painting is anticipated to take 30 days.

The work is happening overnight to minimize the impact on commuters. The work will generate some noise.

When crews are working in a particular location, traffic control personnel will be available to assist the travelling public. We apologize for any inconvenience these works may cause.

For more information, contact the City of Courtenay Operations Division at 250-338-1525 or e-mail publicworks@courtenay.ca.

— City of Courtenay

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