Winnipeg City Councillor Kevin Klein serving Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood
Good news for residents living on Chalfont Ave South of Grant Ave between Cathcart and Grant, and those on a portion of Woodview Bay off Cathcart St.
The good news? Your streets are scheduled be upgraded with a Thin Bituminous Overlay (TBO) beginning the week of September 7 for up to three-weeks, weather permitting. This will improve the quality of your street immensely.
The work will include adjustment of catch basins and manholes, concrete pavement repairs, milling of existing asphalt overlay, replacement of missing and damaged curbs, renewal of curb ramps, localized sidewalk repairs, boulevard restoration, and asphalt overlay.
The not so good news? There will be some items you will have to work through until the work is completed, which may take up to three-weeks. The traffic implications include:
Restricted on-street parking
Reduction to one lane for local-access vehicular traffic
During construction, on-street parking will be prohibited and one lane of local-access traffic will be maintained. During some portions of the work, the street will be completely closed to traffic and private approaches will not be accessible. In these situations, you will be notified at least 24 hours prior to the disruption of access.
Garbage and recycling will continue to be picked up at regular locations and times. The contractor may relocate bins if required.
If you have accessibility concerns, special access requirements or any other questions regarding this construction, please contact me at 204 986 5232 or email@example.com.