Construction on Clintonville’s Main Street is set to get underway on Monday. The planned project will cover State Highway 22 from 13th street through the intersection of Highway 156 in the city, and by next Monday, March 27, the road will be completely closed down.
“You can see the signs that were put up. They’ll actually be starting to cut the trees down starting Monday is what they tell us” said Clintonville Water and Wastewater Manager Dave Tichinel. “They have a five to ten day window to get the trees down.”
Tichinel says that crews are planning to work around the school year when completing the intersection of Highway 22 and Highway 156.
“The 156 intersection will stay open until the middle of school. Once school is out, wherever they’re at, they said they’re going to pretty well stop there and go to that intersection and actually start tearing it apart. Hopefully they’ll be done once school resumes and in the fall they’ll open that intersection back up.”
While crews work on that intersection, traffic from the south will be detoured around Seventh Street, N. Lyon Street, E. 12th Street, Warren Hansen Dr., to State 156, Industrial Ave. and Autumn Street. The project will include pavement replacement, new sanitary and water systems, storm sewers, street lighting, landscaping, and new sidewalk ramps to meet requirements for the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Details on the construction project can be found here.
Brown County Construction
I-43 between WIS 96 in Denmark and the WIS 172/I-43 interchange ramp will be down to one lane both directions starting Monday. The DOT says drivers can expect delays.
The closures are part of a resurfacing and bridge project that will take place on I-43 through November.
Project construction details, schedules, and future traffic impacts, visit the project website by clicking here.