Construction Notice: Country Lane as Fairway Drive Local Access

Two-way traffic will be maintained for residents along Fairway Drive via Country Lane

Residents are advised that Pidherney’s ongoing West Area Service Project work will close access to Fairway Drive at the intersection of 58 Street and Fairway Drive, beginning today, Friday March 31.

Two-way traffic will be maintained for residents along Fairway Drive via Country Lane.Other local traffic is asked to continue using Northstar Drive as an alternate route.

Pending weather and successful installation, Pidherney’s anticipates the following schedule:

  • Closure at Garden Road and Fairway Drive remaining in effect up to or about Saturday, June 1
  • Closure at Eagle Road and Fairway Drive remaining in effect up to or about Saturday, June 8
  • Fairway Drive and 58 Street intersection closure to be in effect up to or about Thursday, June 13

Please obey posted signs and flag persons. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this construction period.

For more information about this project, go to www.lacombe.ca/construction.

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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