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Winter Storm Update Feb 13, 2017

Motorists are advised of the following traffic interruptions:

Streets: Westmorland Road

Date: Starting Thursday, November 16 to Thursday, November 30, 2017

Time: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily

Duration: 15 days

Direction: Two (2) single lanes of traffic will be maintained in either direction; however, at times traffic will be reduced to one lane with traffic control in place.

Specific Area: Westmorland Road from Tisdale Lane to Ellerdale Street.

Description of Work: Port City Water Partners will be completing work inside concrete chambers as part of the construction phase of the City of Saint John’s Safe Clean Drinking Water Project.

Motorists are advised to plan their travel accordingly, reduce speeds in construction zones, observe signage, and drive safely. Work commencement and completion times are subject to change. Weather permitting.

The City of Saint John appreciates cooperation of our residents as we work to keep City streets clear for emergency first responders. Crews will work throughout the night to clear snow and ensure essential services.

City officials will advise residents of any potential impacts to service as necessary throughout the evening and tomorrow morning.

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Crews will be working within the guidelines of the City's Winter Management Plan to clear streets, roads and sidewalks. This storm has been significant. We ask for the patience of our residents as streets may still be snow packed or impassable in the morning. Please plan your travel accordingly.

The North East West Parking Ban remains in effect
. Residents are responsible to find their own parking.

Saint John EMO encourages you to check in on your neighbours, especially those who are elderly or vulnerable.

A heartfelt thank you to all of the first responders, Transportation and Environment and Saint John Water crews working through blizzard conditions to keep us safe.