Lebanon’s Public Works Department has the following activities, weather permitting, scheduled for the week of July 13th through July 17th. For the next several days, the city utilities will continue infrastructure assessments, identifying damage from recent severe weather. Several construction and maintenance activities scheduled for the previous week are again rescheduled for this week, after crews complete their infrastructure assessments and emergency repairs to critical services.
Street maintenance crews will be addressing cracks and potholes on streets in various locations throughout the city. Traffic control measures will be in place in those work areas. Street construction crews will be installing new sidewalk curb ramps along Commercial Street and continue excavation in the Lebanon Marketplace.
As the soil dries, water utility maintenance crews will finish projects, around town, with landscaping due to erosion. Crews, previously delayed by severe weather, will complete their work at the Southdale Centre. Construction crews have relocated to the Mighty Oaks development, where they have begun water and sewer line installation.
The smoke testing crew will be handing out flyers to affected areas during the next few weeks. This procedure helps identify potential weaknesses of the storm and wastewater systems. The areas being smoked tested this season lie west of Highway 5 North and around Highway 64.
The electrical utility will have crews working in the Lebanon Market Place and Southdale Centre. One crew will also be working to install a new transformer near the Mighty Oaks area. In addition, maintenance crews will be making streetlight LED conversions around town.
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Public Works Administration
(417) 532-2156 x1370
City of Lebanon
P.O. Box 111
Lebanon, MO 65536