Construction to close a couple of Central Hamilton roads for up to 6 weeks
Construction is set to get underway this week along Sanford Avenue for up to six weeks.
In a press release sent Friday (Sept 11), the City of Hamilton said that work on watermain valve replacements on the corner of Sanford and Rutherford will force the closure of Sanford between in Cumberland and Delware, as well as the closure of Rutherford between Sanford and Myrtle starting Monday (Sept 14).
"The work is expected to last six weeks and wrap up on or before October 26, 2020, weather permitting," the release says.
"Residents impacted by noise, dust or water service restrictions have been notified."
The city says that local access will be maintained, but there will be no access through the work zone and motorists should follow signs for detour.
HSR routes will not be impacted, according to the release.
The work is expected to last six weeks and wrap up on or before October 26, 2020, weather permitting.
"The City of Hamilton thanks motorists for their patience as we complete these important infrastructure upgrades," the release said.
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