Paving closes Vernon road

Motorists are being warned of a new road closure in Vernon.

Until about Nov. 8, 39th Avenue, between 16th and 14th streets, will be shut down because of paving.

“There will be no access from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.,” said Courtenay Pitcher, the City of Vernon’s communications officer.

Motorists are also reminded to expect 15-minute delays along Tronson Road until about Nov. 23.

Bennett Contracting, which is working for the City of Vernon, continues to construct the sanitary sewer main and related infrastructure on Tronson Road.

The construction area is from the intersection at Tronson and Bella Vista roads, for two kilometres west to the Beachcomber Bay boat launch.

“There will be single-lane traffic and up to 15 minute delays,” said Pitcher.



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