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Posted on February 25, 2016 at 4:56 PM by Amanda Stuber
Road Closure notices were hand delivered today to residents along Myrtle Ave.
Construction Notice #3- Myrtle Ave Road Closure
Work is tentatively scheduled to begin February 29, 2016 on Myrtle Avenue for the Walnut/Myrtle/Evergreen Stormwater Improvement Project. Barricades and signs will be placed to notify the public that Myrtle Ave. will be closed to thru traffic between First Street and Second Street. While all work is weather dependent, it is anticipated that work the underground storm sewer installation on Myrtle Ave. will be completed by late-March. Final restoration, including curb and gutter and pavement installation, will take place as soon as weather permits.
Notes regarding this stage of construction on Myrtle Ave. are:
Please be aware of the workers and the construction traffic. On a daily basis, there will be a significant amount of truck traffic that will haul excavated materials out, haul in stone or sand backfill, and deliver large concrete pipe. Please take every precaution to stay clear.
If you have any questions as to how this closure will affect you, please feel free to reach out to Patrick Kielty, Resident Engineer (Christopher B. Burke Engineering, Ltd.) at 847-833-7648, or Rob Bielaski (City of Elmhurst) at 630-530-3018.
To stay informed of all road closures, be sure to register for Road Closure Alerts through Notify Me to receive notices via email or text.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation during this historic public benefit project.