Infrastructure Renewal Continues on Main and Coteau

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Moose Jaw, SK – The City of Moose Jaw advises that Phase Nine of the City’s Infrastructure Renewal Program continues in two separate, high-volume locations in the city.

Contractors have now closed off Main Street from Manitoba Street to High Street, however pedestrians are still able to access area businesses by sidewalk. The Manitoba and High Street intersections remain open to traffic and paid parking stalls are open on neighbouring streets and throughout the downtown core.

Work continues on Coteau Street SW from 11th Avenue SW to 12th Avenue SW. Contractors are continuing construction on undergrounds.

Additionally, 500-800 blocks of Fairford Street W crews have begun surface work and will have the road opened back up the week of May 13th, 2024, weather permitting.

16th Avenue NW from Caribou Street to Stadacona Street surface work continues, and is expected to last approximately four weeks, weather permitting.

The City of Moose Jaw reminds residents that all area businesses remain open during construction and access will be available via sidewalks and temporary walkways. Also, all work in these four locations Is dependent on favorable weather conditions.

Drivers are reminded to obey all temporary traffic signage and exercise caution in construction zones to keep everyone safe. No more #NotoriouslyClose calls.

The City will continue to issue weekly updates as the program progresses. For a full list of the 2024 water main replacement locations, along with full details on the program visit Moosejaw.ca/watermainreplacement/.