Traffic to be altered for new asphalt

Another leg of road work will impact your commute in Sturgeon Bay beginning on Wednesday, June 16th. City Engineer Chad Shefchik said that they are in the home stretch of the city’s road work for the season. Wednesday marks the start of asphalt pavement replacements to select roads. Crews will be removing existing roadway asphalt, final grading of the existing roadway base, adjusting heights of manholes and water valves, and installing new asphalt pavement at the locations listed below. 


Shefchik made a tentative order of the roads that will be worked on in a letter to residents.



Shefchik also stated that starting Wednesday access to the roadway from certain points will be limited from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. He also asked that people needing to get out of their driveway during those times plan to park on other streets in the area. Traffic and parking restrictions will be in place until new asphalt pavement is installed. The project times are subject to change based on weather conditions. 


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