- Crews will be working at the intersection of Columbia Street and 4th Avenue to complete a sanitary tie-in. Temporary lane closures will be in effect on Columbia Street between 5th Avenue and 3rd Avenue, with traffic reduced to one lane, each direction.
- Traffic control signage and personnel will be in place, however, motorists should expect delays and choose alternate routes if possible. Traffic signals on Columbia Street at 3rd Avenue, 4th Avenue and 5th Avenue will be dark and will be controlled by traffic control personnel.
- 4th Avenue between Columbia Street and Battle Street will be restricted to local traffic only.
- There will be no vehicle access to or from Columbia Street via 4th Avenue or 5th Avenue.
- Access to the hospital will be maintained and prioritized.
The City of Kamloops has contracted Extreme Excavating Ltd to upgrade the sewer main along Battle Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue, and along 4th Avenue between Battle Street and Columbia Street. We are advising residents in the area that this work is scheduled to begin March 21, weather depending.
Traffic & Transit Impacts
Battle Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue will be closed to vehicles, with the exception of local traffic.
4th Avenue will be closed to northbound traffic between Battle Street and Columbia Street, but will remain open for southbound traffic.
Transit may have temporary delays or detours during work in intersections. Visit BCTransit.com/Kamloopsfor the most up to date information.
Residents and businesses are advised that on-street parking may not be accessible at times, but pedestrian access will be maintained.
Please obey all traffic control personnel and signage when driving in the vicinity of the construction.
Throughout the construction period, vibratory compaction equipment will be in use; therefore, any fragile items should be packaged or protected from damage due to vibration. There may also be noise disruption due to equipment on site.
Garbage collection will not be affected.
Hours of Work
Work will begin on March 21 and is expected to be complete by the end of June. Construction is scheduled to occur Monday–Friday, 7:00 am–5:30 pm. Some evening or weekend work may be required.