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Road Closures

  • All dates are dependent upon favorable weather.
  • Local and emergency access to homes and businesses is maintained at all times.
  • Emergency personnel, local government agencies, school districts and post offices are notified of all closures.
  • Media outlets are also notified; however, we cannot guarantee that the information provided will be published or aired.

Beginning Wednesday, September 11, 2019 through approximately Tuesday, September 24, 2019, motorists can expect to experience a lane closure on Otter Creek Road between Corduroy Road and York Street.  The actual work zone will be located along the west side of Otter Creek Road just south of the Norfolk Southern railroad tracks  The lane closure is necessary for Roberts Pipeline, Inc. to perform an emergency for pipeline repair for Buckeye Pipe Line Co., L.P. The contractor will be responsible for maintaining one lane of traffic on Otter Creek Road through the work zone by the use of a temporary traffic signal.  Unless notified otherwise, access to driveways within the work zone will be available at all times. This work is expected to be completed by the end of the work day on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Anyone having any questions or comments regarding the above closure should contact the Director of Public Service office at (419) 698-7047.

Beginning Wednesday, August 14, 2019 through approximately Friday, September 27, 2019, motorists can expect to experience daily road closures during working hours on Pickle Road between Wynn Road and Stadium Road.  The closure is necessary to permit E .R. Zeiler Excavating to replace the storm sewer along the south side of Pickle Road for the above referenced project. During working hours, the contractor will close the “Work Zone” are of Pickle Road to through traffic.  Only traffic for properties with driveways located within the work zone will be permitted in the closure area.  All other traffic should use either Wynn Road or Stadium Road to avoid driving through the closed construction work zone area. This work is expected to be completed by end of the work day Friday, September 27, 2019. As always, please feel free to direct any concerns or questions, to the Department of Public Service at (419) 698-7047.