Bruceville Road will have lane closures and detours in the coming weeks.
The Public Works Department has begun preparations for two major construction projects this week that will result in temporary lane closures and detours on Bruceville Road and at the Sheldon Road and Bradshaw Road intersection.
Sewer Lift Station and Force Main
Work to locate and identify existing utilities to construct a sewer lift station to service the Southeast Policy Area (SEPA) will generate temporary traffic controls on Bruceville Road between Bilby Road and Whitelock Parkway this week and next, weather permitting. Sewer lines will be installed beginning on January 22. This work is expected to take approximately four month to complete. This installation will require lane closures and detours on Bruceville Road from Bilby Road to Poppy Ridge Road during construction. Local and emergency access will be maintained.
This new sewer construction will provide service for all the future residents and businesses within SEPA. Construction of the sewer station began in October 2017. The $6.9 million project is estimated for completion by summer 2018.
Affected Area: Bruceville Road from Bilby Road to Whitelock Parkway
Temporary Traffic Controls in Place: January through May 2018