Tumble Ave Pathway Construction Notice

April 19, 2020

 
TUMBLEWEED AVENUE PATHWAY CONSTRUCTION NOTICE
 
In July 2019, Council for the Town of Pincher Creek gave approval for the construction of a pathway
along Tumbleweed Avenue (west of Ranchland Mall) to provide better connection between the new
Thistle Crescent sidewalk and the existing pathway south of Ranchland Mall.
 
Due to the early fall snowstorms in September 2019, construction was delayed over the winter months.
Construction will once again begin on the project on Monday, April 27th, 2020 for paving of the pathway and landscaping remediation, including the planting of replacement trees.
 
Traffic disruptions will be kept to a minimum, but residents are asked to obey all construction signage
and slow down when workers are present.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:

Alexa Levair, CET, B. Tech
Capital Projects/Asset Coordinator
403-627-3156
Or submit a Citizen Request by visiting
www.pinchercreek.ca/request 


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