Much of the work is at the intersection of Vaughn Avenue and Gilbert Road, as detailed in information from the town's project teams.
Work on the south side of Vaughn Avenue involves removing on-street parking, constructing wider sidewalks and providing additional turn movements on Vaughn Avenue for future access to the parking garage. To accommodate this and allow pedestrian movement on the south side of Vaughn Avenue, eastbound traffic on Vaughn, east of Gilbert Road, is not permitted for another two weeks.
Similar work has started on the north side of Vaughn Avenue, west of Gilbert Road, but no lane traffic has been closed for that as pedestrians still have access on the south side of the street.
Crews are installing a pipeline west of Gilbert Road in two places: northwest of Vaughn and Ash avenues and southwest of Oak and Washington. The work is going on from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., but businesses and residents still have access to the area with flaggers assisting in traffic control.
On-street parking is not permitted in those work areas. The projects are scheduled to be completed in October.
The Heritage District Parking Structure 2, north of Vaughn Avenue and east of Gilbert Road, remains under construction with an expected completion of January 2019. It will have 600 spaces when completed.
The nature of the work and the outside temperatures require much of the work to be done in the late night and early morning hours intermittently in the next couple months. However, no heavy machinery or equipment is used to do that work.
A project hotline is available to residents and businesses with questions at 480-898-4090.