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Posted Friday, January 22, 2021

Road closureSamuelson Street will be closed between Elgin St and Millcreek Rd. Monday, Jan. 25 to Tuesday, Jan 26 for utility repairs. The road is expected to reopen Tuesday night. Please plan an alternate route. 

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Posted Thursday, January 21, 2021

Watermain breakCrews continue to work on two emergency watermain repairs on Hespeler Rd that were identified last night: One at Hespeler and Pinebush and one at 395 Hespeler Rd.
Repairs are complete at Hespeler and Pinebush with back fill of the excavation and asphalt restoration happening today.
Repairs are still underway at the 395 Hespeler Road break.
Lane reductions are in effect at both these areas. Delays are expected, please plan an alternate route.

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Posted Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Watermain RepairCrews are working to repair a watermain break on Eagle Street North near Valet Car Wash. Two-way traffic will be maintained, with lane restrictions in either direction near the work site. However, delays can be expected. 
Water service will be intermittently interrupted to some users on Eagle St during the repair. For anyone experiencing discoloured water, see our steps to clear . 

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Posted Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Detour RouteConcession Street is closed between Ainslie Street South and Lowrey Avenue North Tuesday, Jan. 19 for an emergency sewer repair. The road is anticipated to reopen by the evening. No through traffic at the work site. Please plan an alternate route. 

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Posted Thursday, January 14, 2021

Waterloo Region – Earlier this week, the Province of Ontario declared a second state of emergency and issued stay-at-home orders that went into effect Thursday. Waterloo Region cities and townships continue to work together with local police, public health officials and the Region of Waterloo to meet the new provincial public health measures and to communicate stay-at-home orders.
Additional public health restrictions require Waterloo Region residents to stay at home...

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