NOTICE - Underground Sewer Line Relocation

map announcementCLICK TO ENLARGE MAPLocation: West Main Street between Public Square and North Church Street

Project Period: January 20-April 1, 2016

Work Hours: 7 A.M. Until 6 P.M.

Purpose: Upgrade, upsize, and reroute sewer line away from commercial buildings

Access to Businesses: There will be no business closures during the project. All businesses will maintain full normal hours.

Impacts: Some parking spaces will be temporarily unavailable during the project, however other adjacent parking options will remain open and available. Some traffic lane closures will occur during the project. Through-traffic drivers should be prepared for some delays, or may choose to detour around the project area on West Main when lane closures occur.

 
Fire Hydrants

From October 12 until the end of the year, City crews will be clearing vegetation around all city fire hydrants and customer water meters. When every second counts it is vital that Lumpkin County Fire Department personnel have visibility and unobstructed access to hydrants for personnel and equipment. Our ability to maintain and read meters efficiently is also important.

Please remove and replant any sensitive vegetation you may have planted within that you do not wish to have trimmed and/or destroyed. Please help us by keeping these areas clear of trees and shrubs. These areas should be planted and maintained in lawn grass .

Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

For more information on the City of Dahlonega's Public Works and Engineering Projects & Programs, call 706-864-6133 or visit www.dahlonega-ga.gov - Helpful Links - Public Works/Engineering Projects.

 
Public Works Crews Out & About

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City street crews have been painting curbs, improving crosswalks and sidewalks, and upgrading handicap accessibility. These improvements help to facilitate pedestrian movement throughout the downtown area.

You may have also noticed our Water Distribution and Sewer Collection teams repairing and upgrading drinking water and sanitary sewer lines throughout the city. They've also overseen the installation of several hundred feet of new 6" water main along Happy Hollow Road.

Our Solid Waste workers and grass cutting crews continue to keep the City looking good and were instrumental in preparing the downtown area for celebrations like the 4th of July.

The Wastewater Treatment Plant employees continue to keep the City in compliance with state regulations and are preparing for the 2016 plant upgrade that will ensure adequate capacity for decades to come.