• SR 267 Utility Project to Impact Brownsburg Traffic from April Through October

    March 02, 2011 No comments

    The Town of Brownsburg will be doing underground utility improvements this spring and summer along State Road 267 (Green Street). Old drinking water pipes and sanitary sewers will be repaired or replaced during the project.

    The utility work will begin on or after April 1 and is expected to be completed by September 30. Because the water and sewer pipes are located under the pavement along Green Street, traffic flow will be restricted. In some cases, the road will be completely closed south of US 136 (Main Street). For the majority of the time, at least one lane of traffic will be open. Access to all properties will be maintained at all times.

    Affected property owners will be notified in advance of potential impacts to their water and sanitary sewer service. The utility project will be completed within the road right-of-way and will not require access to properties.

    A posted detour route will be used to send non-local traffic and trucks to State Road 39. This will keep large trucks and wide loads from using Town streets during the construction. An alternate detour route will be posted for local traffic to use Northfield Drive east from Green Street to Airport Road west. The Town encourages residents to find alternate routes around the project, and to utilize side streets when visiting businesses along Green Street.

     After the utility work is complete, INDOT will be resurfacing State Road 267 from 56th Street to Thornleigh Drive.

    Residents can find project updates on the Town’s website, www.brownsburg.org, and get alerts via Facebook, www.facebook.com/TownofBrownsburg, or Twitter, www.twitter.com/BrownsburgIN.

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