Items tagged: Church Street

West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III – Daily Lane Closures

(Daily Lane Closures – University Avenue at James Street / Church Street at James Street) Stark Excavating will be performing daily lane closures as part of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III project. One lane on University Avenue at James Street and one lane on Church Street at James Street will be […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Street Closures and Lane Closures)

As part of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III Project, James Street between Church Street and University Avenue is closed; along with a portion of Washington Street (near Edwin Street); and a portion of Edwin Street (see map). These closures are expected to last until mid-May. Additionally, Stark Excavating will be performing […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Single Lane Closures of Church Street at James Street)

Stark Excavating will be performing single lane closures of Church Street at the intersection with James Street as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project. Crews will be saw cutting the roadway pavement at the intersection of Church Street and James Street. The single lane closures are planned to begin […]


West Washington Phase 3 Construction to Begin

On Monday, March 4, construction will begin on Phase 3 of the West Washington Watershed Drainage Improvements. This project consists of a new storm system that will extend from Preservation Pond to the flooding areas located to the south. The project will also consist of street reconstruction, sidewalk reconstruction, and streetlight work. The streets that […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III

Stark Excavating will be performing intermittent temporary lane closures as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project.  Crews will be locating existing utilities in the project area in anticipation of the proposed work on the streets described below: • Washington Street from Russell Street to Edwin Street • Edwin Street […]


Church Street Lane Closure

In order to perform asphalt street repairs, the Public Works Department will close the eastbound lane of traffic on Church Street between Neil Street and Randolph Street.  The work will begin on Wednesday, September 19 at 9 a.m. and is planned to be completed by Noon. Please pay close attention to traffic control devices and proceed […]


Randolph Street and Church Street Lane Closures

In order to complete a water main repair at the intersection of Randolph Street and Church Street, Illinois American Water Company will be closing the following lanes in downtown Champaign: • The eastbound lane of Church Street will be closed between State Street and Randolph Street.  Southbound State Street traffic will not be allowed to […]


Phase 2 West Washington Street Drainage Improvements (Street Closures on Columbia Avenue and Miller Avenue)

Street closures are planned as part of Phase 2 of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project.  Columbia Avenue and Miller Avenue will be closed in order to install storm sewers and other utilities, more specifically: • Columbia Avenue will be closed from Carson Avenue to Draper Avenue. • Miller Avenue will be closed from […]


Curtis Road Railroad (Savoy) Crossing to Close Temporarily 

Curtis Road Railroad (Savoy) Crossing to Close Temporarily The City of Champaign is sharing the following information on behalf of the Village of Savoy: Beginning at 6:00 AM on Monday, April 30, 2018, the Curtis Road railroad crossing east of IL Route 45 (Dunlap Avenue) in Savoy will be closed to all traffic at the request […]


Church Street Lane Closures

In order to perform tree work, the Public Works Department will close the following lanes: • One lane of Church Street between Willis Avenue and McKinley Avenue. • One lane of Church Street between Draper Avenue and Fair Street. This work is planned to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 1 and is planned […]