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St. George Street: Storm Sewer Work
Storm sewer work will be taking place along St. George Street, from Moody Street to Grant Street, between April 8 and May 24. This work will require partial lane closure. Traffic control personnel will be on site to assist vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Work will be between 9am - 3pm.
Ioco Road – Excavating
Builders are excavating for new home development on Ioco Road between Dowding Road and Miner Lane. Weather permitting, this work is scheduled for April 17 – May 24 between 9am-4pm. This activity will intermittently require single lane closures and traffic may be reduced to an alternating single lane.
Moody Street: Lane Closure
To accommodate a crane installation for development at 2721 Clarke Street, the southbound traffic lanes of Moody Street will be closed between Clarke Street and St. Johns Street. This closure is from May 7-10 between the hours of 9am-3pm. The two northbound lanes will convert to single lane traffic in both directions. Traffic control persons will be onsite to limit traffic congestion and direct traffic as needed.
Douglas Street: Lane and Sidewalk Closures
Bold Development will be doing ongoing concrete work along Douglas Street. Douglas Street will be closed except to local traffic during construction hours. Traffic control persons will assist residents to access their property during work times. From May 20 - November 22, 2019, the west sidewalk of Douglas Street will be closed off to pedestrians for safety prevention measures.
Buller Street at St. George Street: Manhole
Marcon Development will be installing a manhole at the intersection of Buller Street and St. George Street from May 10-17. Buller Street will have single lane closures with alternating traffic flow. Work will be between 8am-5:30pm but will accommodate peak times for school drop off and pick up. Traffic control persons will be onsite to assist motorists.
Barnet Highway: Well Monitoring and Sampling
Regular monitoring and sampling of wells will be taking place near the Barnet Landfill May 21-22. This work requires a single lane closure eastbound on Barnet Highway between 9am-3pm.
St. Johns Street, Moray Street and Moray Place: Delivery of Materials
Due to development, there will be intermittent delivery of materials at 3131 St. Johns Street from May 10 - June 21 between the hours of 9am-3pm. Moray Place will have temporary no parking in effect 24 hours. On St. Johns Street, the curb eastbound lane may be closed while the two through eastbound lanes will remain open at all times. When lifting and transferring materials over sidewalk, traffic control persons will be onsite to assist pedestrians.
Barnet Highway: Pole Transfer and Removal
The southbound HOV lane on Barnet Highway, near Gore Street, will be delineated and closed between 9am-3pm on May 13-17 for pole maintenance.
Yale Road: Gas Installation
There will be a single lane closure near 522 Yale Road from May 15-22 for new gas installation. Work will be between 7am-5pm. In addition, parking restrictions in effect from 516 to 526 Yale Road for the duration of the work.
FortisBC Gas Line Upgrades in Coquitlam: Como Lake Avenue
FortisBC is upgrading a natural gas line between Coquitlam and Burnaby starting March 2019. No construction will take place in Port Moody. However, staggered lane closures on Como Lake Avenue in Coquitlam may affect travel times to and from Port Moody as well as increase the traffic on Port Moody streets. Find out more at talkingenergy.ca
Albert Street Sewer Upgrade
Metro Vancouver is upgrading the sewer along Seaforth Way, Clarke Road, and Spring Street starting in summer 2019. Phase one of the project will take approximately four months and impacts may include traffic delays and road closures, parking restrictions, and temporary property access restrictions for residents. More information will be provided closer to the start of construction. Additional information on this project can also be found at metrovancouver.org
(search "Albert Street Sewer Upgrade").
Gatensbury Road Improvement Project
Update – April 11, 2019: Electrical and retaining wall work is ongoing with conduit and street light base installations. As weather allows, work continues with paving and concrete work, including medians, driveway rehabilitation and the multi-use pathway.
The City of Port Moody started road and utility works on Gatensbury Road in October 2018. Improvements include a new multi-use pathway on the west side of the road, median concrete dividers on curved sections, better sight lines for drivers, and enhanced street lighting. This investment in our infrastructure will improve safety for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians, and help us ensure consistent and safe operations of the utilities that serve our residents.
Gatensbury Road from Grant Street to Bartlett Avenue is closed (24 hours a day, seven days a week) to all vehicle traffic (except for local resident traffic) for road reconstruction and utility work between October 2018 and May 2019. Only residents with a City pass visually displayed in their vehicle will be allowed to proceed to their destination. For the duration of the construction period, commuters are asked to use an alternative route to reach their destination.
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The City of Port Moody is flushing watermains in the Dewdney/Town Centre neighbourhood starting March 4. The work will take about eight weeks to complete.
You may experience temporary discolouration, pressure fluctuations and sediment in the water reaching your home or business. If this occurs, run cold water in the bath tub until it clears up. These conditions should only happen for a short time and do not pose a health hazard. City staff will try to minimize any inconvenience. For more information, call Operations at 604.469.4574.
Aragon – Platform Development - Moody & Clarke St.
The platform development by Aragon is located at the corner of Moody Street and Clarke Street and is currently under construction. As part of this development there will be utility upgrades along Clarke Street including the upgrade of a storm sewer from Grant Street to Moody Street which will require temporary and even full lane closures. The Engineering Department is working with the developer to help minimize the effects of the closures on residents.
Current Highway Use
The site is currently undergoing the excavation phase and impacts to local vehicle/pedestrian traffic will be limited to construction vehicles entering and exiting the site.
Marcon – George Development
The George development by Marcon is located between Williams Street and Buller Street and is currently under construction. As part of this development there will be utility upgrades along St George Street, Hope Street and Williams Street which will require temporary and even full lane closures. The Engineering Department is working with the developer to help minimize the effects of the closures on residents.
Williams Street/St George Street – Crews will be working on upgrading the sanitary sewer along Williams Street from St Johns Street, then from Williams Street east along St George Street to behind the Police Station. This work will require lane closures, however, traffic control persons will be on site to assist vehicular and pedestrian movement.
St George Street - As part of this development a portion of Dallas Creek, between Hope Street and St Andrews Street, will see significant upgrades, including the installation of a new culvert crossing under St George Street. In order to facilitate this upgrade, St George Street will need to be closed to through traffic from Buller Street and Williams Street. Drivers will be directed to Henry Street or St Johns.
Onni – Parcel D - Brew St. & Suter Brook Creek
Onni’s newest development is located between Brew Street and Suterbrook Creek on the south side of Capilano Road. The majority of the off-site works has already been completed through previous Suterbrook developments so impacts to the surrounding road network should be limited to construction traffic once the shoring and excavation stage of the development is complete.
Current Highway Use
In order to facilitate the construction of the foundation, the western exit from Ioco Road onto Capilano Road will be closed until the shoring is complete. This process is expected to last until December/January. Vehicles and pedestrians will still be able to exit Suterbrook Village east from Capilano Road and Brew Street. In addition to the previously mentioned closure, the parking spaces located along the southern curb lane of Capilano Road will also be closed to local traffic.