The City of Campbell River is gearing up to host an outdoor information booth to provide an update on Highway 19A construction work.
While meeting current public health requirements, the city’s project team will be answering questions on both June 17th and June 23rd from 11:00am to 1:00pm at Rotary Daybreak Park.
You can learn about the work completed to date along the highway, from Rotary Beach Park to 1st Avenue, and what’s to come for the remainder of the year.
“This is a great example of our city team adapting to current conditions and continuing to provide timely, accurate information to residents,” says Mayor Andy Adams. “This pop-up information booth will offer an opportunity to find out more and ask questions in-person about this important upgrade project.”
Construction work is shifting to the Rockland Road area by the end of June.
The city says there will be changes to traffic flow, though two-lane traffic will be maintained.
Rockland Road, between Galerno and Highway 19A, will be closed by the end of this month through November.
Dates for the outdoor info booth are weather dependent, with updates to be shared on the project website and via social media if they are postponed.
For more information on the projects and what’s to come, click here.