Sunday November 23, 2014

Detours July 29 for road work


Several projects to improve Yorkton’s streets, water, sewer and storm systems will soon be underway in the City. This means a number of road closures and detours throughout the summer and fall to enable these necessary upgrades to our infrastructure.

The first project will begin July 29 at the York Road and Dracup Avenue intersection, where some of the city’s oldest storm and sewer infrastructure is located. This intersection will be closed for up to four weeks. Signage will divert traffic along Highway 9 to Queen Street. From Queen Street the detour will be to Highway 10 north, then west on Highway 52 to the 52A Connector Route north to Highway 16.

There will also soon be construction along Dracup Avenue and Darlington Street, and later in the summer at the Hamilton Road/Highway 9 intersection.

We ask residents to please watch for further notices, obey all signage and be safe in construction zones.



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