Category: Public Works Department News

Prospect Avenue Lane Closures (between Daniel Street and Charles Street) – UPDATED

In order to complete pavement patching at Prospect Avenue and William Street, Illinois American Water and Shaw Brothers will close one northbound and one southbound lane of Prospect Avenue between Daniel Street and Charles Street. The closures will begin on Wednesday, September 14, and will reopen on Monday, September 19, 2022. During the closure, northbound […]


Prospect Avenue Lane Closures (between Daniel Street and Charles Street)

In order to complete pavement patching at Prospect Avenue and William Street, Illinois American Water and Shaw Brothers will close one northbound and one southbound lane of Prospect Avenue between Daniel Street and Charles Street. The closures will begin on Monday, September 12, and will reopen on Friday, September 16, 2022. During the closure, northbound […]


Clark Street Lane Closure (between Neil Street and Randolph Street)

In order to facilitate roofing operation at 101 W. University (Christie Clinic), Henson Robinson will close the westbound lane of Clark Street between Neil Street and Randolph Street. The closure will occur on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. During the closure, eastbound traffic will remain open, and […]


Residential Electronics Collection Event Online Registration

The online registration for the Fall Residential Electronics Collection Event will open on Monday, September 12, 2022. The collection event will take place on Saturday, October 15, 2022, at Parkland College. The event is co-sponsored by City of Champaign, City of Urbana, Village of Savoy, and Champaign County. Registrants can reserve one of the available […]


Bradley Avenue Lane Closures East of Mattis Avenue

In order to perform storm sewer repairs, SNC Construction will be closing the two lanes of Bradley Avenue east of Mattis Avenue. Travel at the intersection will remain unaffected by this project; however, minor traffic delays may occur at work zones. Work is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. on Monday, September 12, and is […]


2022 Fall Yard Waste Collection

The City of Champaign Fall Yard Waste Collection program will run from October 10 through December 9, 2022. Orange Zone pickups will begin October 10, 2022, and Blue Zone pickups will begin October 17, 2022. No pickup dates are scheduled during the week of Thanksgiving. Collection is available to all City of Champaign residential properties […]


Prospect Avenue Lane Closure (between Devonshire Drive and Harrington Drive)

In order to perform routine storm sewer maintenance activities, National Power Rodding Corp. will have a single lane of southbound traffic on south Prospect Avenue closed. Traffic will merge into the far south lane through a short construction zone. Work is planned during the hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Wednesday, September 7, […]


John Street and Third Street Road Closures

In order to install and utilize a crane for roofing operations at 302 E John Street, Broeren Russo will conduct the following closures: Tuesday, September 6 and Thursday, September 15, 2022 • The intersection of John Street and Third Street will be closed. • John Street will be closed to through traffic between Second Street […]


Upcoming Downtown Road Closures for Labor Day Parade

The AFL-CIO of Champaign County will be hosting the labor Day Parade on Monday, September 5, 2022. To accommodate the parade route, the following streets will be closed to traffic beginning at 9 a.m. until approximately 11:30 a.m.: • Neil Street between University Avenue and Columbia Street • Main Street between Neil Street and Chestnut […]


Norfolk Southern Railroad Crossing Work and Bradley Avenue Road Closure

In order to complete repairs to five railroad crossings generally located north of University Avenue between Fifth Street and McKinley Avenue, Norfolk Southern Railroad will close the following streets: • Fifth Street just south of Washington Street • Phillips Drive just north of Washington Street • Walnut Street about halfway between Columbia Avenue and North […]