posted on: 11/8/2019; updated: 11/13/2019

The reconstruction of Spur Road, including drainage work and the installation of a section of water main from Finch Lane to New Bellamy Road, is expected to begin later this month with the replacement of the drainage system. Trenches from this work will be patched for the winter months. Construction of the water main will begin in the spring of 2020.

A neighborhood meeting to review the project will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m., in the City Hall auditorium. All residents are encouraged to attend this meeting to meet the contractor and City staff who will be working on the project. The City has hired D&C Construction to complete the project.

A description of the proposed work and construction process will be given during the neighborhood meeting, followed by time for residents to ask questions of the contractor and City officials. There will be a review of the anticipated construction timeline and discussion of expected temporary impacts. 

Spur Road reconstruction expected to begin this month

posted on: 11/8/2019; updated: 11/13/2019

The reconstruction of Spur Road, including drainage work and the installation of a section of water main from Finch Lane to New Bellamy Road, is expected to begin later this month with the replacement of the drainage system. Trenches from this work will be patched for the winter months. Construction of the water main will begin in the spring of 2020.

A neighborhood meeting to review the project will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m., in the City Hall auditorium. All residents are encouraged to attend this meeting to meet the contractor and City staff who will be working on the project. The City has hired D&C Construction to complete the project.

A description of the proposed work and construction process will be given during the neighborhood meeting, followed by time for residents to ask questions of the contractor and City officials. There will be a review of the anticipated construction timeline and discussion of expected temporary impacts.

For more information, contact City Engineer Dave White at 516-6450.