The Electric department will have East Broadway Ave. at Washington St. closed for most of the day today, Tuesday July 14, 2020. Traffic will be detoured to East Harper Ave. while crews work to pull primary wire in the area.
Work continues on a section of East Harper Avenue - from Everett High to the wooden railroad bridge toward downtown. Traffic will be detoured around the area. Engineering and Public Works is performing storm water reconstruction work in this area and the work is expected to continue most of this week - May 18-22.
City of Maryville crews will be working on several projects today that will have roads closed or flagged.
Windemere Circle will remain closed today, May 5 for more work on the water main extension.
City of Maryville Water & Sewer crews will have Belmont Drive at Windemere Circle closed today, May 4 for a water main extension. Traffic will be detoured in the area.
The City of Maryville will be closing Lambert Lane to through traffic between McIlvaine Drive Drive and Lisa Drive beginning Thursday morning May 7, 2020 at 8:00 AM. Completion is estimated around June 8, weather depending. The closure is needed to replace a failing road culvert under Lambert Lane.
The Engineering and Public Works Department will have the entrance of Ross Springs subdivision closed at Wilkinson Pike until noon today for road/manhole repair. The Holland Springs Drive entrance will remain open.
Montvale Road is closed between Broadmoor and Farris resulting from a wreck that took down a power pole. Crews estimate a five hour repair before the road is reopened. Electricity was restored to the customers who were out due to the incident. Motorists will be detoured around the section.
The accident involved a concrete truck, and thankfully there were no major injuries.
Photos provided by EPW
Maryville Water and Sewer will have Forest Avenue closed to through traffic from Singleton Street to Marion Street on April 27 for sewer repair work.
The Department of Engineering and Public Works will be doing street repair work on Court Street the week of April 27. Traffic in this lane will be detoured from Court Street (going toward U.S. 321) onto Lamar Street.
Work will be intermittent for the next few days depending on the weather.
The new Robert C. Jackson Drive extension was opened this morning after nearly two years of construction. The road offers a convenient route from Morganton Road to U.S. Hwy 321 and will serve an area that has seen a lot of residential growth over the past few years, reducing some strain on other roads.
The only closed road that remains from this project is at Big Springs Road from Bridgeway Drive to the new extension. This section requires a bridge replacement scheduled to be completed by spring of 2021.
City engineers are pleased with the finished product. “Without the burden of traffic during construction, the new road construction has a great finish quality,” said Brian Boone, Director of Engineering and Public Works. “Greenway-style sidewalks connect a two-mile pedestrian and bike-friendly loop that families have been enjoying over the last several days. This was a much-needed route and we are excited to have this project open to traffic.”
The new stretch of Robert C. Jackson has a 40 mile per hour speed limit.
For more information, please call the department of Engineering and Public Works (865) 273-3500.
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