Construction to continue into October

Capital works update for August

As local residents can tell, we are at the height of a busy construction and capital works season in the city of North Battleford.

City Hall has released its latest capital works update for August, updating residents on where things stand on the host of construction, pipes and roads activities happening across the city. 

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According to the City, roadway reconstruction work has been completed along the 1200 block of 101st Street. The block is opened to vehicles and pedestrians. Tree planting and street fixture installation is planned for the coming weeks, which will result in some short-term localized road closures.

The work has moved to the 1300 block, which remains closed to traffic and pedestrians while roadway reconstruction is underway. The 1300 block will remain closed for the next six to eight weeks. The end date for completion of the project is expected to be Sept. 14.

Access will be disrupted while the work proceeds. No further water service disruptions or drinking water advisories are expected.

The Deanscroft Avenue and 112th Street storm sewer manhole installation is completed, with roadway restoration still to come.

Cured in place pipe sewer lining program work is completed..

Thomas Avenue and Abbott Avenue rehabilitation is complete and the area is open to traffic.

Paving work is underway along Douglas Avenue and 101st Crescent from 101st Street to Dunning Crescent. Temporary localized road closures will be in effect. Completion is expected to be Aug. 10. 

Underground utility work on 105th Street from 10th to 11th Avenue is completed and roadway reconstruction will begin Aug. 7. The road is to remain closed while work proceeds. A drinking water advisory is in place while the new water pipes are being commissioned. Residents will be notified when the advisory is lifted. Roadway reconstruction is expected to be completed by Aug. 24. Underground work was performed by Unicon Pipeline and roadways by K&S Asphalt.:

Underground utility work to further the 98th Street 17th to 18th Avenue rehabilitation project is completed and roadway reconstruction began Aug. 6. The road will remain closed while work proceeds. A drinking water advisory is in place while new water pipes are being commissioned. Residents will be notified once the advisory is lifted.

Roadway reconstruction is expected to be completed by Aug. 24.

Underground utility work is planned for Sept. 4 to 15 along 15th Avenue from 107th to 110th Street. Road closures, water service disruptions and drinking water advisories will be in place. Roadway restoration will follow, to be completed by Sept. 21.

Underground utility work is planned for Sept. 15 to 30 along 20th Avenue from 100th to 101st Street.

Road closures, water service disruptions, and drinking water advisories will be in place. Roadway restoration will follow the underground work, and is expected to be completed by Oct. 15.

Paving of the Civic Centre Parking lot is completed and the area is open to traffic.

Roadway and shallow buried utilities construction is underway and to be completed Aug. 10 for Sandpiper Road and Finch Crescent. The area will remain closed as the work proceeds.

 

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