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Road & Location Advisories

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December 9, 2019 1:04 PM

Downtown Traffic & Pedestrian Signal Changes

A contractor for GDOT is upgrading 7 intersections along East Broad Street in downtown Athens. Pedestrians will push a button for a signal to cross the intersection instead of automatically receiving a signal, but will receive more time to cross.

A contractor for the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is upgrading seven intersections along East Broad Street in downtown Athens – Thomas Street, Jackson Street, College Avenue, Lumpkin Street, Hull Street, and Pulaski Street – with new...

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December 9, 2019 9:19 AM

Power Line Clearing on Timothy Road During Dec. 9-13 & Possibly Dec. 16-20

Traffic congestion is possible on Timothy Road during Dec. 9-13 and also possibly Dec. 16-20 due to Georgia Power line clearance maintenance operations to prevent trees and brush from causing power outages or creating unsafe conditions.

Georgia Power is performing line clearance maintenance operations to prevent trees and brush from causing power outages or creating unsafe conditions along Timothy Road.

Athens-Clarke County's Landscape Management Division will assist with lane closures...

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Service Changes

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Water & Sewer Advisories

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November 5, 2019 5:32 PM

Discolored Water Still Possible Due to Damaged Fire Hydrant on Lexington Road on Monday

The ACC Public Utilities Department continues to receive reports of discolored water as a result of damage to a fire hydrant on Lexington Road on Monday, November 4. The hydrant was connected to a 16” water main. The fire hydrant was repaired and bleeder...

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