Traffic Alert – Mill Street & East Chestnut Avenue

Contributed to WSJ by the Town of Wake Forest

Crews from Raleigh Water (formerly City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department) will install two water valves in the vicinity of the intersection of Mill Street and East Chestnut Avenue on Wednesday, Aug. 12. For the safety of work crews, from 7 a.m.-3 p.m., the portion of Mill Street from East Oak Avenue to East Chestnut will be closed, along with the portion of East Chestnut from Elizabeth Avenue to Brewer Avenue.

Detour signs and flaggers will be in place to manage traffic flow and safely direct motorists around the work area. Delays are expected, so motorists are encouraged to avoid the area if possible and take an alternate route.

Water and sewer customers in the area will experience a temporary interruption of service followed by a System Pressure Advisory.

For more information, email Raleigh Water’s Meriam Manuel at Meriam.Manuel@raleighnc.gov.

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