Depot/Church Realignment Project

The Depot Church Realignment Project will realign Depot Street with Church Street through the Community and Cultural Center (CCC) Parking lot. This project is intended to improve traffic flow into and around the Downtown area.  The project is being coordinated with a private residential project to be constructed on the former Hale Lumber site. 

Project work in the public right-of-way is scheduled to begin the week of March 28, 2022, with work continuing through August of 2022. 

Please remember to drive cautiously through construction areas and follow signage for detours. We recommend utilizing alternate routes as much as possible while the work is being completed. This project schedule may be impacted by weather or experience other project-related delays.

Schedule

  • Week of February 7, 2022
    Work on the clearing of the former Hale Lumber site has commenced. 
    Work on the realignment project has not yet started. 
  • Week of March 21, 2022
    Work on the realignment within the public right of way is scheduled to begin the week of March 28, 2022. Work will continue through August of 2022. 

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  • Week of February 14, 2022: The project will construct 49 multi-family housing units on the former Hale Lumber site located at Depot Street and Monterey Road. Additionally the project will support the realignment of Depot Street with Church Street through the Community and Cultural Center (CCC) Parking lot. Currently demolition is scheduled to occur only on the private Hale Lumber property. No impacts to the roadways or CCC are scheduled for the next two weeks.

Project Map

Depot Church Realignment MapDevelopment Project Information
Hale Lumber/Depot - Latala 

  1. Chris Ghione

    Public Services Director

  2. Ruben Matuk

    Public Works Inspector