Construction On Georgetown Road In Cleveland Begins Monday

Thursday, June 13, 2019

The city of Cleveland will begin construction along Georgetown Road at Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School beginning Monday. The city’s public works department will be installing a turn lane at the new elementary school to assist with improving traffic flow during school hours.

Vehicle traffic will be reduced to one lane during construction. Flaggers will be on site to help guide traffic through this area.

Construction for this project is estimated to be completed within four weeks of the project’s start date (weather pending) and before the school’s opening on Monday, Aug. 5.

Please use extra caution traveling through this area during construction.

For additional information about this project, contact the city of Cleveland’s Public Works Department at 472-2851.

 


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