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Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2019’
WHAT: Road Resurfacing/Widening WHERE: 120th Avenue, from New Holland Street to Port Sheldon Street. WHEN: Beginning July 1, 2019 BACKGROUND: The Ottawa County Road Commission has scheduled road widening and resurfacing along 120th Avenue from New Holland Street to Port Sheldon Street, and it is anticipated that the work will begin around July 1, 2019 of this year. The current …
What: Port Sheldon St. Closure When: June 21-26 Where: 96th Ave. to 88th Ave., Twp. Why: Culvert Failure/Pavement Collapse Detour: 96th Ave./Tyler St./88th Ave. Background: Port Sheldon Street is closed and impassable between 96th and 88th avenues due to culvert failure/pavement collapse. Drivers must use the detour of 96th Ave./Tyler St./88th Ave. Residents on Port Sheldon Street up to address 8934 …
What: Road Resurfacing When: Friday, June 21-Friday, July 12 (est.) Where: Lakeshore Drive, between Fillmore St. & Croswell St., Port Sheldon Township. Access for residents, businesses and deliveries will be maintained, however delays are likely. Please be advised that all dates are weather dependent and subject to change.
What: 36th Ave. Closure When: June 17-20 (Weather Permitting) Where: Baldwin St. to Port Sheldon St., Georgetown Twp. Why: Culvert Replacement Detour: Port Sheldon St./40th Ave./Baldwin St. Residents will be able to access up to address 6665 36th as well as Nobb Hill Drive From Port Sheldon St. Access to 6701 36th and points north must enter from Baldwin St. …
WHEN: Beginning June 10, 2019 WHERE: 42nd Avenue, from Leverette St. to Johnson St., Tallmadge Township. WHY: Road Reconstruction BACKGROUND: The Ottawa County Road Commission along with Tallmadge Township has scheduled road construction along 42nd Avenue and it is anticipated that the work will begin starting Monday June 10, 2019. The road will be closed to thru traffic; however, access …
Follow the link below to read the June 2019 edition of “The Road,” the 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 and other OCRC updates straight to your email inbox.