Courtenay starting sewer pipe inspections

  • Jul. 13, 2017 1:30 a.m.

The City of Courtenay will be conducting sewer pipe inspections starting the week of July 17 and continuing for the next 6 weeks at various locations throughout the city as shown on the map.

Although every reasonable effort will be made to minimize the disruption to traffic, motorists should be prepared for minor delays.

Roadways may be reduced to single lane alternating traffic flow directly adjacent to working crews. The traveling public is asked slow down around work zones and obey all traffic control. Thank you for your patience and understanding while crews complete these necessary inspections.

For more information, please contact Public Works Services at 250-338-1525 or email publicworks@courtenay.ca

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