Change in Date for Main Street Waterline Replacement Project in Brookville Borough

INDIANA, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is announcing the waterline replacement project originally scheduled to begin June 20, 2022, for Main Street (State Route 322) in Brookville Borough, Jefferson County has been delayed.

(Photo submitted by Patty Capuso Hetrick.)

The waterline replacement project will begin July 12, 2022 due to a delay in receiving the materials. Contractor, Terra Works of Clarion, PA will be installing a twelve-inch watermain and water service branch lines from the watermain to the building frontage. The contractor intends to work Monday through Thursday with work beginning at 7:00 a.m. In the event of inclement weather, Fridays may be used to maintain the schedule. Some night work may occur for cross cutting work across Main Street.

Most work will take place in the parking space areas along Main Street, but there will some lane closures with flaggers directing traffic as needed. Work will begin at Marlin Street, just above the signal light at State Route 36 and State Route 322 intersection and extend to Franklin Avenue.

The contractor, Brookville Municipal Authority and Brookville Borough will work closely with business owners to ensure that adequate parking is provided to the businesses and to minimize the number of parking spots closed at any time for construction activities. Sidewalk detours can be expected as needed.

The project is anticipated to be completed prior to the end of November 2022.

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