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Public Notice: Portion of Lime Street Will Be Closed For Sewer Repair


WHO:              City of Lakeland Wastewater Crews

WHAT:             Street Closure
WHY:              
Sanitary Sewer Repair
WHEN:           
Starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, January 23rd
WHERE:          
Portion of Lime Street between Tennessee Avenue and Kentucky Avenue

LAKELAND, FL (January 20, 2023) - The City of Lakeland Wastewater Collection Division will need to repair a broken sewer lateral beneath Lime Street between Tennessee Avenue and Kentucky Avenue. The work is scheduled to begin on Monday morning (January 23rd) around 9 a.m. and will continue until completion. It is estimated that the work will take several days to complete so motorists are encouraged to avoid the area during the project.  Lime Street will be totally closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic between Tennessee Avenue and Kentucky Avenue. There will be road closure signs and detours set-up to eliminate through traffic between South Florida Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue while construction is taking place. Sidewalks in the construction area between Kentucky Avenue and Tennessee Avenue will be closed. A detour route will be in place using South Florida Avenue to Orange Street to Massachusetts Avenue.

 

 


Contact

Kevin Cook
Director of Communications
City of Lakeland
863.834.6264
Kevin.Cook@LakelandGov.net


About Lakeland

The City of Lakeland was incorporated in January 1885 and has grown to become one of the largest inland communities in Florida.  With a current population of over 100,000 Lakeland continues to grow. It has been designated a Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area by the US Census Bureau for over 30 years.  With tourist attractions and gulf beaches only an hour away, Lakeland continues to capitalize on its ideal central Florida location along the I-4 corridor.  The City owns and operates Lakeland Electric, the third largest publicly owned utility in Florida and it was one of the first to offer power in the Sunshine State over 115 years ago. 

For additional information about the City of Lakeland, please visit www.lakelandgov.net.  Citizens are also invited to follow the City on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Vimeo, Snapchat and Nextdoor.  Citizens can find the City of Lakeland on these social media platforms by searching lakelandgov. 

 

      

For additional information about the City of Lakeland, please explore LakelandGov.net.
Citizens are also invited to follow the City on social media.