Items tagged: Victor Street

Green Street Storm Sewer Construction (Western Ave. to Victor St.)

Duce Construction will be constructing new storm sewers on the City parkways of Western Avenue and Green Street. This work will occur on Green Street between the intersections of Western Avenue and Victor Street. Construction of the new storm sewers will utilize trenchless directional boring techniques but will require some small excavations. Traffic will not […]


Phase 2 West Washington Street Drainage Improvements (Lane Closures on Mattis Avenue and Glenn Park Drive)

Several lane closures are planned this week as part of Phase 2 of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project. The lane closures include the following: The current northbound lane closure on Mattis Avenue will be extended until 12 noon, Thursday, April 27. At that time, the closed northbound lane on Mattis Avenue will be […]


Lane Closures on Mattis Avenue and Glenn Park Drive

In order to continue work on the Phase 2 West Washington Street Drainage Project, Stark Construction will be closing the outer east lane of northbound Mattis Avenue between Church Street and the railroad.   Northbound Mattis Avenue will be reduced to a single lane though a short work zone; minor traffic delays may occur. Church […]


Phase 2 West Washington Street Drainage Improvements

PHASE 2 WEST WASHINGTON STREET DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS (Tree Removals and Glenn Park Drive Closures) Stark Excavating will begin work on Phase 2 of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements on Monday, April 3. The project involves the construction of a new detention basin located just north of Glenn Park between Mattis Avenue and Miller Avenue. […]


West Green Street Lane Closure

In order to complete a pavement patch for Ameren Illinois, Shaw Brothers will partially close one eastbound lane of West Green Street at Victor Street. The partial lane closure will begin on Wednesday, June 24, 2015, and will reopen on Friday, June 26, 2015, by noon. Green Street traffic will be narrowed to one lane […]