The $1.4 million Greig Avenue reconstruction project was completed last fall. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Road closures take place next week

Fibre-optic project from city hall to aquatic centre will affect several Terrace roads

A series of road closures will begin Monday, June 3.

A project to install an underground fibre-optic cable running from City Hall to the Terrace & District Aquatic Centre will begin next week, following along Lazelle Ave., Sparks St., Park Ave., and Kalum St.

READ MORE: What to expect this road construction season in Terrace

This will result in some temporary road closures along the sidewalk and parking lane, affecting access to businesses along the route. Occasional road closures in the downtown area will also take effect, with detours provided and only one road closed for eight hours at a time, the city says.

Planned road closures include:

  • Lazelle Avenue (between Eby and Munroe)
  • Eby Street (between Lazelle and Park)
  • Sparks Street (at the Park Ave dog-leg)
  • Kalum Street (between Park and Davis)

The City of Terrace awarded the contract to StandGuard Enterprises Inc. for installation. The project will cost $90,040 in total according to the city’s capital projects list for 2019.

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