The City of Maryville Engineering & Public Works Street Division will have one lane of Best Street closed from Anderson Avenue to Belleville Avenue from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The crews will be installing storm drains.
Update: Crews will keep the lane closure through 1 p.m.
The City of Maryville Street Division will have one lane of Best Street closed from Anderson Avenue to Belleville Avenue from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. today for repairs.
Tuckaleechee Pike has been reopened. 3:22 p.m. 11/8
The City of Maryville Water and Sewer Department will have one lane on Tuckaleechee Pike closed
from US Hwy. 321 to Pinecrest Circle until approximately 5:30 today. Motorists can expect flagged traffic, no detours are planned.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works plans to reopen Best Street to traffic mid-day Wednesday, November 8 (today).
Crews were delayed by the weather but worked early Wednesday to finish paving work. Director of Engineering and Public Works, Brian Boone said, “We wanted to give the road back to traffic as soon as safely possible, and we will be able to open the road today after the paving process is complete. However, there will be a need for some finish work that will be done Thursday or Friday depending on favorable weather.” Boone explained this finish work will require partial lane closures and flagged traffic in the area. Tractor trailers and larger trucks must continue to take an alternate route.
Best Street has been closed from Anderson Avenue to Boyd Avenue since a Wednesday, November 1 after a storm water drain slip and a water main break at the same location. The water main was repaired and 100 feet of 18 inch storm water pipe was replaced. For more information call 273-3304.
Update 11-2-17 4:21 p.m.:
The City of Maryville Water & Sewer Department staff is expecting a section of Best Street to remain closed through the weekend and possibly through Wednesday, November 8 while repairs are underway. The water main break that occurred on Wednesday, November 1 appears to have (included) a stormwater drain slip that caused water to wash away soil underneath the pipe (and a water main break at the same location). Crews (have repaired) the water main (and are replacing 100’ of 18” stormwater pipe.)
Best Street will remain closed to through traffic from Anderson Avenue to Boyd Avenue. Motorists will be detoured around the closure until repairs are complete. Tractor trailers and larger trucks must take an alternate route. For more information call 273-3304.
The Maryville Water & Sewer Department will have Forest Avenue closed from Singleton Street to Sunnyside Street until noon today.
The City of Maryville Water & Sewer Department has reported a water main break at the intersection of Best Street and Belleville Avenue. Best Street will be closed to through traffic until further notice from Anderson Avenue to Boyd Avenue. Motorists will be detoured around the closure until repairs are complete. Tractor-trailers and larger trucks must take an alternate route. Work is expected to continue at least through the end of the day tomorrow and possibly longer, updates will be posted as needed.
Maryville Water & Sewer will have Melrose closed from Willow to Ray until noon today while they repair a water main break. Water service will be interrupted in this area until the repairs are complete.
The City of Maryville Water and Sewer Department will be working on the water line on Wednesday, October 25th along Westfield Drive from Sevierville Road to Eckles Drive, including Clyde Circle. Residents in this area should expect their water to be shut off from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. while the crews are working on the 18" water main.
For more information call 273-3304 or 273-3301.
Contractors continue resurfacing work on McCammon Avenue as well as Boardman Avenue on Friday, October 20. Final striping and pavement markings will begin today. City staff anticipates completion of the majority of this work Tuesday, October 24.
While the resurfacing work is in progress, motorists will experience partial lane closures and flagged traffic, but no detours are expected. For more information call (865) 273-3500.