Lacombe Highway 12/Highway 2A water mains repairs continue

Discovery of multiple leaks on aged water infrastructure prompts repair

Repairs are continuing at the intersection of Highway 12/Highway 2A to repair leaking water mains.

Due to the discovery of multiple leaks on aged water infrastructure, the length of time needed to assess and complete repairs has been extended to February 21, 2020.

The City will provide adequate notice to nearby businesses and residents if water service will be affected.

Northbound traffic on Highway 2A is reduced to one lane at the worksite. As well, the Highway 12 westbound right turn lane to go north on Highway 2A will be closed for the duration of the repair.

Barricades are in place. Please obey posted signs and flag persons. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this critical repair period.

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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