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Perrysburg Construction Update 7-23-14

This is a weekly listing of road work/road closures due to construction. There are several projects planned for the Perrysburg area in addition to normal road resurfacing projects. It may be wise to seek alternative routes to avoid delays.

•State Route 25/Eckel Jct. Road Intersection
Improvements

Project complete–December
Construction for the next two weeks includes the following:
•Pavement removal and excavation will most likely be in the Goodyear Tire and Enterprise areas at the beginning of the week.
•Major excavation will begin on northbound Dixie Highway south of Eckel Junction Road today, Wednesday, July 23.
•Towards the end of the week, work also will continue on westbound Eckel Junction, east of Dixie Highway (beginning at the Black Diamond outlot and working east).
Expect delays or choose an alternate route.

•SR 65 Resurfacing and Bridge Work
Through November
Lane restrictions will be possible on SR 65, from West Boundary Street (SR 25) to State Route 64 (Waterville Bridge) for resurfacing. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers.
Through July, SR 65 between Fort Meigs and Hull Prairie roads will be closed for culvert replacement. Detour SR 64, SR 582 and SR 25.
Effective Monday, August 4, through mid-September, SR 65, between Hull Prairie and Roachton roads, will be closed for bridge repair. Detour SR 64, SR 582 and SR 25.

•Cherry Street Sewer District 210 Storm
Sewer/Water Main Construction

The street replacement work will continue for approximately two more weeks.
All streets and alleys within the sewer project will be involved–West Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Pine and Findlay streets. Traffic will be restricted in certain sections at various times, however, homeowners will be able to access their homes.
Drive with caution watching for construction equipment.

•Interstate 475 Resurfacing
Through October from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Lane restrictions are possible overnight on I-475 from SR 25 to U.S. 20A for resurfacing. Fort Meigs Road under I-475 is now open. Weekend interstate lane restrictions will be announced.

•State Route 582 Resurfacing
Through August
Intermittent lane restrictions are possible on SR 582, between SR 25 and SR 65 for resurfacing. Traffic will be maintained by flaggers.

All work is weather permitting.


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