By: Chris Brunner
Starting on January 16, residents traveling northbound on Coral Hills Drive may want to take alternate routes while the City of Coral Springs installs a new water main.
Along with taking proactive steps to replace the City’s aging infrastructure to prevent costly sewer and water line breaks, and as part of an investment in the City’s downtown area, a new water main is being installed on Coral Hills Drive between 31st Court and Sample Road. Work is scheduled to begin on Coral Hills Drive Monday, January 16 until approximately mid-February. During this time, no northbound traffic will be permitted on Coral Hills Drive. Then over the summer, the contractor will return to mill and resurface Coral Hills Drive.
The project is part of the City’s downtown water and sewer improvements that entails removing pipes more than 50 years old and replacing them with large-capacity water and sewer mains to prepare for a growing and revitalized downtown.
- Chris has been a contributing writer at Tamarac Talk and Coral Springs Talk since high school. He is a resident of Coral Springs and is currently attending college.
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