Update to the Town’s Capital Improvement Project: The 7th Street (Eastman Park Drive to Riverplace Drive) and Eastman Park Drive (7th Street to 1st Street) overlay is near completion. The final phase of the overlay is the striping. The striping contractor will be installing pavement symbols and stop bars on Monday (7/8) and Tuesday (7/9) and installing the centerline, turn lines and edge lines on Wednesday (7/10).
In order to provide maximum safety and protection to the striping contractor and the traveling public, 7th Street and Eastman Park Drive will be closed on Wednesday (7/10) from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, a detour will be in place. If possible, please use alternate routes. Thanks and please be cautious!
Beginning June 17 construction will begin on roads in the Town of Windsor starting with 7th Street and will continue with remaining projects throughout the summer and fall:
Mill & Overlay - 7th Street (Riverplace Drive to Eastman Park Drive) - Eastman Park Drive (7th Street to 1st Street)
- 8th Street (Main Street to Ash Street) - Ash Street (8th Street to 7th Street)
- 4th Street (Elm Street to Main Street) - Medicine Man Court (Pine Drive to Cul-de-sac)
Waterline Replacement - 4th Street (Walnut Street to Main Street)
Miscellaneous Concrete Repair - Locations vary throughout the Town
The Town requires the contractor to utilize traffic control to assist the traveling public through these locations, the Town recommends its citizens to use caution when traveling through a construction zone. These areas may be closed to one lane of traffic at times, and 7th Street will be closed to reconstruct the south curve near Riverplace Drive. Variable message boards will be utilized to notify the travel public of any lane and/or roadway closures.
Property & Business Owners will be notified of any construction and/or concrete replacement adjacent to their property 48 hours prior to the start of the any construction activity.
Parking will not be allowed on the street during this project, but once the pavement is placed and the “No Parking” signs are removed, parking on the street will be permitted.
The work will be completed by Don Kehn Construction and is projected to cost $984,137.84.
For additonal information call the Town Engineer Department at 970-674-2413