City of Maryville Electric will have South Cedar closed from Mountain View Avenue to Ray Avenue all day Wednesday to set electric poles.
City of Maryville Water & Sewer staff will close North Houston on Wednesday, July 18 to replace a valve at the intersection of West Broadway Ave and North Houston. Local traffic will be able to access N. Houston from Lamar Alexander Parkway.
Contractors working on the sewer rehabilitation project are finishing up the small section of High Street on the Sevierville Road side of Washington Street. Crews plan to open the road later this afternoon (Friday, July 13) and leave it open through the weekend. A brief closure will be required again on Monday, July 16 to finish the manhole work.
For more information, contact the City of Maryville Water & Sewer Department at 273-3304.
City of Maryville Engineering & Public Works will replace stormwater culverts at both intersections of Tuckaleechee Pike at Pinecrest Circle on Monday, July 16 and Tuesday, July 17 from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. each day - weather permitting.
The eastbound lane of Tuckaleechee Pike will be detoured onto Lambert Lane to Larry Road to Locha Poka Drive and back to Tuckaleechee Pike. Westbound traffic will remain open, but drivers should use caution as they drive through the work zone.
For more information, call Engineering & Public Works at 865-273-3302.
Reminder - Residential Trash Changes for July 4 Holiday
Wednesday, July 4 residential trash pick up will be moved to Thursday and Thursday’s will be moved to Friday. Routes normally picked up on Friday will be picked up on Monday, July 9th.
City of Maryville Municipal Center Offices, the Operations Center, and Recycling Centers will all close in observance of Independence Day. All will re-open on Thursday, July 5th.
Wednesday’s residential trash pick up will be moved to Thursday and Thursday’s will be moved to Friday. Routes normally picked up on Friday will be picked up on Monday, July 9th.
The city of Maryville Water and Sewer Department will continue to conduct its annual inspections and tests of residential and commercial lawn irrigation system backflow preventers beginning the first week of July. Inspections will be conducted in the areas of Sevierville Road, Asbury Acres, Browns Creek Subdivision, Maryville Commons, Foothills Mall Drive, Keller Lane, Briarcliff, Heritage Hills and Trotwood Subdivisions.
State and Federal regulations require that these devices be tested and inspected at least annually by the water department in accordance with the city’s cross-connection control program. Maryville Municipal Code, Chapter 3, Title 18, Section 18-304 (T), requires that irrigation backflow devices be installed and have water service up to the number 2 shutoff valve of the backflow device no later than May 1st of each year and remain in service until September 30th to allow for these required annual inspections and tests. Devices not installed, or not in service will result in return trips and re-inspection fees being assessed to the customer’s utility account. Customers with questions can contact the Maryville Water and Sewer department, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 273-3304.
On Monday, July 2, Maryville Water and Sewer department will close Mountain View between Melrose and Cunningham to replace a sewer lateral. Traffic detoured around the block to Lawrence—approximately half a day.
Update - Completed: Washington St. Closure Required for Sewer Line Replacement at High Street - July 7 - 14
Updated July 12, 2018 8:15 a.m.
Contractors were able to complete the paving on Washington Street and High Street early this morning. No further closures of Washington Street will be required. Crews will be finishing up the paving on the section of Sevierville Road (High Street) to Washington St. tomorrow night.*
*previously listed Thursday morning, Sevierville Road section is still ongoing.
Updated July 11, 2018
Contractors have rescheduled the repaving work for Washington St., High St. and Sevierville Rd. for Thursday, July 12. They hope to be able to do all repaving work in the area at one time minimizing the road closing time. This work will require a brief closure of all four lanes of Washington St. as well as High and a small section of Sevierville Road. More information will be posted as it is available.
Updated July 9, 2018 1 p.m. / 4:15 p.m.
Washington Street and High Street are now open. Washington and High will be closed for part of the day on Wednesday to complete the repair/ repaving of the surface. Otherwise, no additional closures will be required.
On the Sevierville Road side of Washington Street, High Street (which makes a Y with Sevierville Road will remain closed for the rest of the week to finish the line.
Updated July 9, 2018
Due to some complications with the sewer line work on Sunday, July 8, Washington Street will remain closed for *part* the day. We apologize for the inconvenience. The traffic plan has been changed - and local traffic is not passable at this time on Washington Street. Please follow Police directions and detours and allow extra time to get to your location. Crews are working to complete the work as soon as possible and restore normal traffic. We will post more information as it is available.
Updated July 3, 2018
Beginning July 7 at 6 p.m., Maryville Water and Sewer’s ongoing sewer line replacement project will require a section of Washington Street to be closed. Contractors will be working to replace a sewer line with manholes located in the center of Washington Street and High Street. A state-route detour is required. In order to minimize the impact on daily traffic, Portland Utilities Construction Co., LLC is planning the work from 6 p.m. until 7 a.m. from Saturday, July 7 to Saturday, July 14.
The planned detour will be right on Broadway Avenue (S.R. 33) to Lamar Alexander Parkway (U.S. 321, S.R. 73) toward the mountains and the reverse to Alcoa. High Street will be closed from Crawford Street to Sevierville Road. Routes within the detoured section will be indicated by detour signs. Local traffic will be able to access businesses on either side of High Street but will not be able to cross the intersection of Washington and High Street.
To the extent possible, depending on any complications with underground utilities, tree roots, weather, etc., contractors plan to plate and reopen the road each day from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. However, there will be some temporary daytime closures to repave the road.
For more information, contact Maryville Water & Sewer at 273-3304 or Administration at 273-3406.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works will close both directions of a section of Amerine Road to through traffic at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 25 to replace a failing culvert. The work is expected to be complete Friday evening, June 29, depending on weather.
Amerine Road will be closed from Andrea Drive to Fielding Drive. Motorists will need to make use of the planned detour which will follow Andrea Drive to Sevierville Road and then Genesis Street back to Amerine Road. For more information, contact Engineering and Public Works at 273-3500.
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