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Neighborhood streets to close in Brighton for pavement project

Phase II of Brighton’s Northwest Neighborhood Project will get underway Wednesday, March 9.

Contractors will be removing the pavement on N. Fourth Street (from Main to the railroad tracks), Chestnut (from N. Fourth to N. Fifth and from N. First to N. Second), N. First (from Cedar to Walnut), and Walnut (both from N. First to N. Second).

Those streets will be closed to through traffic and drivers in that area can expect to experience detours and traffic delays for the duration of the project.

City officials say the work will include the replacement of all water and sewer mains, the installation of a storm sewer system, including the installation of curb and gutter, replacement of driveway approaches, the installation of sidewalks, removal and replacement of street trees where applicable, as well as the complete rehabilitation of the all roadways.

Complete details can be found through the link below.

https://www.brightoncity.org/news_detail_T2_R457.php

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