Road work impacts traffic in Vernon

City of Vernon crews will be rehabilitating storm works on 24th Street, from 32nd Avenue to 35th Avenue

City of Vernon crews will rehabilitate storm works on 24th Street

City of Vernon crews will be rehabilitating storm works on 24th Street, from 32nd Avenue to 35th Avenue, beginning Tuesday.

The work will take about two weeks and 24th Street will be closed except for local traffic.

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