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Sewer Project Slows Traffic in Northeast
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Sewer Project Slows Traffic in Northeast

 

A major sewer repair project will affect traffic in the northeast part of the valley.

The Clark County Water Reclamation District is starting a sewer rehabilitation project that includes Betty Lane between Washington Avenue and Harris, Washington Avenue from Christy Lane to Betty Lane and Christy Lane from Owens Avenue to Washington Avenue.

Sewer collection lines will be replaced, relined, temporary bypass pumps and lines will be installed, and manholes will be rehabilitated. The project began a week ago and is scheduled to run through August 10.

Betty Lane will be closed to through traffic between Harris Avenue and Washington Avenue during work hours. Residents on Betty Lane will have access to their homes. Betty Lane will open to through traffic during night hours; however, lane restrictions will be in place. 

Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Lane restrictions will be in place during non-working hours, as trenches and safety barriers will be in place.

For more information and traffic updates on all of our projects, drivers can call the project hotline at 668-8668, or visit www.thelvpipeline.com.

 
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