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UPDATE: September 15, 2022- Temporary Street Closure and Water Disruption Continues on September 15, 2022

The water valve work that is taking place as part of the Main Street Infrastructure Upgrade project in Liverpool will be continuing today. Temporary street closures and water disruptions will continue today, Thursday, September 15, 2022, as outlined below:

Street Closure- Main St. between Legion St. and Old Bridge St. will be closed to through traffic to facilitate water valve work. Detours will be in place.

Water Disruption- Main St. between Summer St. and Jubilee St. as well as surrounding areas may experience a disruption in water service throughout the day to facilitate valve work as part of the Main St. Infrastructure Upgrade.

We thank you for your patience as we complete this necessary work.

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UPDATE: September 13, 2022 - Temporary Street Closure and Water Disruption

Please note the following temporary street closure and water disruption in effect in Liverpool on Wednesday, September 14, 2022.

Street Closure- Main St. between Legion St. and Old Bridge St. will be closed to through traffic to facilitate water valve work. Detours will be in place.

Water Disruption- Main St. between Summer St. and Jubilee St. as well as surrounding areas may experience a disruption in water service throughout the day to facilitate valve work as part of the Main St. Infrastructure Upgrade.

We thank you for your patience as we complete this necessary work.

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UPDATE:  September 2, 2022  Main Street Closure

Main Street will be closed to through traffic beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2022 as crews start the Main Street phase of the project. During this phase traffic and pedestrian access will be limited on Main Street between McLeod and Legion Streets.  Main Street will remain closed for the remainder of the project.

Traffic control and detours will be in place throughout the project.

We appreciate your patience as we complete this important work.

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UPDATE:  September 2, 2022  Municipal Water Disruption

Water Utility Customers along Main Street between the McLeod and Legion Streets as well as Weir Lane and surrounding areas will experience water disruption Tuesday, September 6, 2022 as crews install temporary water lines. The installation of temporary lines will maintain service as the new water main is installed.

We appreciate your patience as we complete this important work.

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UPDATE: August 9, 2022, 3:46 p.m.

Henry Hensey Dr will be closed to through traffic as sanitary and storm water connections are made. Henry Hensey Dr will reopen once work is complete.

Traffic control and detours will be in place throughout the project.

We appreciate your patience as we complete this important work.

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August 9, 2022; Liverpool, NS:  BEGINNING AUGUST 9TH, 2022 construction will commence in the areas of Main St between McLeod and Legion St as the Region of Queens begins the Main Street Rehabilitation Project.

The scope of the project will include the replacement of century old water and sewer lines as well as the installation of a new storm sewer and complete road rebuild along Main St. Additionally, the sewer main that connects Main St. to the existing pumping station on Henry Hensey Dr. will be upgraded. The project will start August 9th and continue to late autumn.

Residents and the general public can expect dust, noise as well as road and sidewalk disruptions. Traffic control and detours will be in place throughout the project.

Questions regarding the project can be directed to Garrett Chetwynd, E.I.T., Assistant Director of Engineering & Public Works (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 920-354-7157).

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