The City’s Road Rehabilitation and Streetscapes Project resumes construction this weekend.
The work will begin on 101 Street on the North side of 100th Avenue.
Repairs will start with asphalt removals, paving brick and excavation work will follow shortly after.
The City’s Conor Coney says there will be some road closures.
“101 Street will be closed between 100th Avenue and just north off of 101 Avenue, so in the areas of the Farmers Market. And 100th Ave. will remain open, 99th Ave. will remain open to vehicle traffic. Traffic accommodation signs will be in place for both pedestrians and vehicle traffic.”
He adds, due to the weather last year, some of the work was delayed.
“The surface work was impacted in October, once we had the snow. We didn’t get as much of a push on the surface work as we had expected. There was some temporary measures installed, so the concrete on the sidewalks on 101 Street between 99th and 100th Avenue is temporary, so that will be removed this year.”
Coney says it’s important to support local businesses during construction, even though parking will be reduced at certain locations. The project is expected to be complete by the end of the summer.