Items tagged: Neil Street

University Avenue Lane Closure (between Neil St. and Walnut St.) – Revised Dates

In order to complete masonry repair and façade work at 102 S Neil Street, Wells and Wells Construction will close one eastbound lane of University Avenue between Neil Street and Walnut Street. The closure will begin on Wednesday, January 2, and will reopen on Friday, January 4. During the closure, eastbound traffic will be reduced […]


University Avenue Lane Closure

In order to complete masonry repair and façade work at 102 S Neil Street, Wells and Wells Construction will close one eastbound lane of University Avenue between Neil Street and Walnut Street.  The closure will begin on Wednesday, December 26, and will reopen on Friday, December 28.  During the closure, eastbound traffic will be reduced […]


Downtown Traffic Signal Activation

As part of the final pieces of the Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements Project, the traffic signals at the intersections of Neil Street, Clark Street, Walnut Street, and Logan Street will be activated mid-morning on Tuesday, November 6. The signals contain traffic lights for vehicles and pedestrian crossing. In addition to the traffic signals, new […]


Windsor Road Lane Closure

In order to complete a water main repair, Illinois American Water Company will close an eastbound lane of Windsor Road between Lyndhurst Drive and Neil Street. The closure will begin on Friday, October 26, and will reopen on Friday, November 2, weather permitting. During the closure, eastbound Windsor Road traffic will be reduced to one […]


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 […]


University Avenue Lane Closure (at Neil Street)

University Avenue Lane Closure (at Neil Street) In order to complete masonry repair and façade work at 102 S Neil Street, Wells and Wells Construction will close one eastbound lane of University Avenue between Neil Street and Walnut Street. The closure will begin on Saturday, September 15, and will reopen on Friday, October 12. During […]


Walnut Street Lane Closure Due to Ameren Power Outage

WALNUT STREET LANE CLOSURE DUE TO AMEREN POWER OUTAGE NEAR 102 N. NEIL STREET In order to facilitate a planned power outage at 102 N. Neil Street, Ameren will close one northbound lane of Walnut Street, just north of University Avenue on Saturday, August 25, between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Northbound […]


Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements (UPDATED)

As part of the Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements Project, milling and paving activities began on Friday, August 17 and will continue for several days.  As the project moved around the Downtown area, no parking signs will be posted at meters.  Please proceed cautiously through construction zones and use alternative routes whenever possible.  The contractor […]


Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements (Logan/Clark Closure Between Neil and Walnut)

As part of the Downtown Intersection and Resurfacing Improvements Project, Logan Street/Clark Street between Walnut Street and Neil Street will be closed between 7:00am and 5:00pm on Saturday, August 18. Please proceed cautiously through construction zones and use alternate routes whenever possible. The contractor will attempt to complete construction activities as quickly as possible to […]


Relocation of Dr. Howard School to Impact Traffic Patterns Near 1103 N. Neil Street

RELOCATION OF DR. HOWARD SCHOOL TO IMPACT TRAFFIC PATTERNS NEAR 1103 N. NEIL STREET Champaign – Due to the relocation of Dr. Howard School to the former Columbia School building for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years, traffic to/from the school will follow a pre-planned pattern developed by City staff and Unit 4 personnel: Starting […]