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Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2019’
WHEN: Starting Monday, April 22, 2019 WHERE: 22nd Avenue between Jackson Street and Quincy Street in Jamestown Township WHY: Permitted sanitary crossing and widening work DURATION: The closure is anticipated to last from April 22-29, 2019. Visit www.ottawacorc.com/road-closures for more information about OCRC road closures.
64th Avenue north of Chicago Drive (M-121) is closed due to CSX Railroad performing railroad crossing grade repairs. The road will be closed until asphalt plants reopen (approximately April 15) and a permanent repair can be made. A detour for 64th Avenue will be 72nd Avenue and Quincy Street.
Subdivision street resurfacing work is scheduled to begin Wednesday, April 10, in Georgetown Township. A list of streets to be resurfaced as part of the Georgetown Township subdivision work are available here. Weather permitting, this work is scheduled to take place between April 10 and May 25, 2019. The road will not be closed as the work will be done …
On Monday, April 8, 2019, work will resume on the Cottonwood Drive reconstruction project between Baldwin Street and Bauer Road in Georgetown Township. As a result, the road will be closed to thru traffic. The OCRC asks that motorists follow the posted detour, which consists Baldwin Street/20th Avenue/Bauer Road. Work on completing the project is tentatively expected to last through …
The Ottawa County Road Commission gives notice that effective 6 a.m. Monday, April 8, 2019, spring weight restrictions will be lifted on all roads under jurisdiction of the Ottawa County Road Commission. For a complete list of roads affected and the current weight limit, please visit the County Road Association of Michigan’s website at micountyroads.org/business/seasonal-weight-restrictions.
Follow the link below to read the April 2019 edition of “The Road,” Ottawa County Road Commission’s monthly newsletter, where we discuss the latest Road Commission news, as well as important information for drivers and residents. You can also subscribe to receive future editions of the newsletter.