Upcoming lane closures in downtown Courtenay

Work for watermain replacement projects will begin Aug. 29 through to early October

  • Aug. 24, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Two watermain replacement projects are happening soon in downtown Courtenay, and will result in lane closures and temporary parking impacts.

Work on Anderton Avenue between 5th and 6th Streets will begin on Monday, August 29, and continue until early October.

The start date for the second project on Duncan Avenue between 4th and 6th Streets has not yet been finalized, but will begin sometime during the weeks of September 6 or 12 and continue until late October.

Vehicle traffic in both construction areas will be impacted, and on-street parking will be restricted. Work will typically take place on weekdays between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Traffic control personnel will be on-site to assist all commuters, including vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians.

For further information, please contact City of Courtenay Engineering at 250-334-4441 or email engineering@courtenay.ca

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