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Refugee Road Update 4/12/19

Beginning Monday night, April 15th, traffic in the work zone will be shifted to the north side of the roadway utilizing the recently constructed temporary pavement.

WEEKEND ROAD CLOSURE:

Beginning at 8PM on Friday, May 17th, Refugee Road will be closed east of SR 256 for culvert replacement.  This will be a complete roadway closure.  The roadway will be opened back up to traffic on Monday, May 20th by 6AM.


Refugee Road Project Update (2/21/19)

On Monday, February 25 from 9 pm to Tuesday, February 26 around 8 am, South Central Power will be working along the side of Refugee Road during night-time hours.  This work will occur from Walgreen’s west to Stonecreek Drive. 

As we approach spring and weather improves, construction crews will be returning and will begin temporary pavement construction along the north side of Refugee Road.  This work is expected to begin around the last week of March.  Please stay alert as you travel through the construction zone.


Refugee Road Project Update (2/15/19)

We continue to encourage residents to slow down and stay alert as they travel through the construction zone.  Message boards are in place and will be updated as project conditions warrant.

The intersection at Refugee Road and Fullers Way will remain a 3-way stop until project completion. 

Utility companies are working to relocate their facilities out of the way of the construction.  The contractor is working on the installation of underground facilities such as the waterline.  When the weather breaks in the spring, the contractor will install temporary pavement to shift traffic to the north, away from the area where they will be working.


Refugee Road Project Update (11/6/18)

The long awaited construction of the Refugee Road project is underway.  Residents are encouraged to slow down and stay alert as they travel through the construction zone.  Message boards are in place and will be updated as project conditions warrant.

The traffic signal at Refugee Road and Fullers Way went on flash mode October 31.  The traffic signal will be removed on November 7.  This intersection will become a 3-way stop.  Flashing stop signs will be in place at this intersection.The contractor has installed the storm water detention basin north of Refugee Road.  The installation of the underground storm water system will take place beginning in November.

Additional information can be found online on the engineering page of the city website, www.Pickerington.net.  The City is dedicated to providing information to you in the hope of minimizing your inconvenience as this major roadway project is completed. Should you have further questions, please contact us at PavingforProgress@Pickerington.net or by telephone at 614.382.5500