NOTICE: Road closures today due to construction

Temporary road closure on 46 Ave.

June 26, 2019

There will be a temporary road closure on 46 Ave. (between 50 Street and 51 Street) today June 26, 2019, as crews install water and sanitary lines. The affected portion of 46 Ave. will be open to local traffic only. The work will be completed today. Motorists are asked to drive with caution in the area and watch for posted signs. If you have questions, please call 403-783-0159. Thank you for your patience.

Temporary lane closure at 51 St. and 52 Ave.

June 26, 2019

There is expected to be a temporary lane closure at 51 St. and 52 Ave. today. Traffic will temporarily be restricted to one lane as crews conduct roadwork in the intersection. The work will be completed by June 27. Motorists are reminded to drive with caution in construction zones and observe road signs and traffic safety personnel. If you have questions, please call 403-783-0159. Thank you for your patience.

– Submitted by the Town of Ponoka

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