The final paving of the parking lane on Grand Street between Baker and Broad is scheduled to be completed on October 23, 2018.
Dexter Community Schools is conducting traffic and pedestrian counts on Dan Hoey between Baker and Ann Arbor Street and on Baker between Dan Hoey and Hudson. The counts are done with cameras that are mounted to sign posts. The data collection is expected to be completed by October 15, 2018.
The contractor for the 2018 sidewalk project will be back in the community tomorrow (Thursday, October 11, 2018) to make some necessary repairs to the intersection ramps listed below. Please proceed with caution through project areas.
Jeffords Road from the alley (behind the PNC/Hackney Hardware) to the corner of Forest and Broad will be closed starting October 11, 2018. The road is expected to remain closed until November 8, 2018. The roadway will be open on Sundays during the closure. The alley (behind the PNC/Hackney) will remain open.
Hydrant flushing for Fall 2018 will be completed by the end of the day today (Friday, October 12, 2018).
The Dan Hoey/Bishop Circle paving has been rescheduled for tomorrow - Tuesday, October 9, 2018 (weather dependent). The paving will be done on half the intersection at a time so that two way traffic can be maintained with flagging.
City contractor JV Contracting is scheduled to begin applying pavement markings throughout the City starting the week of September 10, 2018. This work will not require road closures, however some lanes may be closed while the paint dries. Please proceed carefully through work zones.
The City will be performing preventative maintenance on several areas of the sewer system the week of September 17, 2018. The sewer mains will be cleaned with a vactor truck, which puts high pressure water through the main. The areas that will be cleaned are as follows:
Dexter Crossing - Cambridge, Carrington, Lexington, Kingsley, Bristol, Preston, South Downs
If you have any questions about the work, please contact the Utility Department at 734-426-4572.
Please call the Utility Department's on-call number - 734-368-5212 - immediately if you see anyone besides the City of Dexter (in a marked red vehicle) or the Dexter Area Fire Department using a City fire hydrant. It is against City Ordinance to use a fire hydrant without City permission. Contractors who need water for projects can contact the Utility Department at 734-426-4572 to make arrangements to purchase water.