The streets of Vanderhoof get a facelift

Various projects in the community contribute to the beautification of Vanderhoof

Christina Millington

Omineca Express

 

 

Extensive road work has been taking place around Vanderhoof from repaving to digging up old pipes that date back to the early Vanderhoof days.

“The biggest concern we have as council is filling the potholes,” said Mayor Thiessen.

The District of Vanderhoof budgeted to have road paving projects done before the winter.

“We are doing a number of projects to ensure the roads within Vanderhoof are well-maintained,” said Thiessen.

The ”sewer capital fund” beautification projects are budgeted for $746,000.

Roadways that are being addressed are Church Avenue, replacement of underground piping, 7th Street, asphalt, McDonald Road, paving and culvert replacement, Victoria Street, paving, Redfern Road, seal coat, Voth Road, seal coat, Industrial Road, seal coat, Mountain View Road, seal coat, Derksen Road, culvert replacement, Outfalls Upgrade, storm sewer.

 

 

 

 

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