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Road Resurfacing of Various Roads in Hyannis

The Department of Public Works will be performing sidewalk and roadway improvements on Scudder Avenue, Marston Avenue and Old Town Road in Hyannis beginning on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Improvements include new granite curbing, sidewalk repairs and new asphalt roadway surfaces. Work is expected to be completed by Friday, October 10, 2014, weather permitting.

The limits of work include Scudder Avenue from West Main Street to Craigville Beach Road,  the entire lengths of Marston Avenue and the entire length of Old Town Road. Vehicle access during construction operations will be restricted to one lane.

Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes to avoid the construction work. Operations will start promptly at 7 AM and run until 5 PM, after which traffic will be opened back onto both lanes of the roadway.
As always, please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through the road construction areas and follow posted safety signs.

 

Water Works Construction on CAMP STREET
and MARY DUNN WAY in Hyannis

The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works’ Water Supply Division will be starting a water works construction project that will improve the water quality and fire flows for customers of the Hyannis Water System.

Description of Work:

This project will rehabilitate the current 16 inch water main on Camp Street and Mary Dunn Way by a cleaning and cement mortar lining process. Included in the project are the replacement of valves, fire hydrants and customer water services up to the property line. A temporary water bypass system will be installed to maintain a continuous supply of water during this project. The major work is anticipated to be done this fall and final paving to be completed in the spring of 2015. Eventually this project will continue across the airport and along Mary Dunn Road to the water storage tanks near Route 6.

Camp Street will be closed to through traffic during this project. Local access will be provided. There may be brief periods of water service interruption in the area. Prior to any anticipated service interruption, residents will be given 48 hours notice by the contractor. The specific notices will be distributed to the residents affected by shut-downs, indicating time and day of each shut-down.

For questions relative to this project call Michael Gorenstein, Project Manager, at (508) 775-0063.

 

Water Works Construction on Cook Circle,

Highland Street, Foster Road, Chase Street,

Old Colony Road and Oak Neck Road in Hyannis

The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works’ Water Supply Division will be starting a water works construction project that will improve the water quality and fire flows for customers of the Hyannis Water System.

Description of Work:

Currently, there are several dead end and undersized water mains in the area of Cook Circle, Highland Street, Foster Road, Chase Street, Old Colony Road and Oak Neck Road that allow water to stagnate. In the off–season, demand is low with little circulation through the mains, leading to poor water quality.

This project will upgrade current water mains and create a loop by connecting the water main on Highland Street to Cook Circle, to better circulate water in the system. It will involve the installation of approximately 3,400 feet of new 8– inch cement lined ductile iron water main, new gates, fire hydrants and water services up to property lines.

This project will replace and upgrade approximately 3,400 feet of water mains on Cook Circle, Highland Street, Foster Road, Chase Street, Old Colony Road and Oak Neck Road. Included in the project are the replacement of valves, fire hydrants and customer water services up to the property line. The major work is anticipated to be done this fall and final paving to be completed in the spring of 2015.

There may be brief periods of water service interruption the area, Prior to any anticipated service interruption, residents will be given 48 hours notice by the contractor. The specific notices will be distributed to the residents affected by shut-downs, indicating time and day of each shut-down.


RIDGEWOOD PARK CONSTRUCTION

Ridgewood Park redevelopment site work will begin during the week of August 4th. Park redevelopment schedule is now scheduled to be completed by the end of October 2014.