Sewer construction in Chatham continues Oct. 6

Queen Anne Road and Pond Street closed to through traffic during beginning of the week

The next phase of sewer construction in Chatham will begin in the area of Queen Anne Road on Monday, October 6. Through Wednesday, October 8, sewer installation in the intersection of Queen Anne Road and Oyster Pond Furlong will be done. During that period, Queen Anne Road and Pond Street will be closed to through traffic, according to the Chatham Department of Public Works. Access to local traffic will be available.

On Wednesday, October 8, the installation of sewer pipes will continue along Oyster Pond Furlong.

Work will be done on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., weather-permitting. All roads will be open and fully-accessible in the evenings, on weekends and holidays, according to the DPW.

The work is part of the town's collection system construct project. Complete information is available on the project website here. More information about Oyster Pond Furlong section (Construction Zone 5) is available here. See the zone map here.

Detours will be in place during the road closures and police officers will be onsite to assist motorists.


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