The Town will begin concrete and asphalt replacement work in Curtis Pond on Monday, January 23. The work will include concrete sidewalk, curb & gutter, drive aprons, wheel chair ramps, asphalt pavement, adjustment to water valves, hydrants, and manhole covers within the street. This work will continue through July and impact Phases 2, 3 and 4. For more information, call Dewayne Riddle at 704-507-5950 or 704-663-4510.
This week, producers will be in Mooresville to film a Diet Mountain Dew commercial. During filming, the following streets may be temporarily closed: Main Street, W. Moore Avenue, Broad Street, Morning Sun Drive, Wayman Road and Coddle Creek Highway. Mooresville Police Department will be assisting with traffic control.
The Town will change the traffic signal at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Church Street to a flashing only signal for a period of 90 days beginning Friday, January 13. The signal light will flash red on Wilson Avenue and flash yellow on Church Street. A “New Traffic Pattern Ahead” sign will be placed before the signal. For more information, call Neil Burke, Town Transportation Planner, at 704-663-2891.
The speed limit on Wilson Avenue between Main Street and Clay Street has been reduced from 35 MPH to 25 MPH due to limited sight distances and traffic flow issues. Also, all streets in the Greencroft subdivision were reduced from 35 MPH to 25 MPH.
November 27 – December 3 is Winter Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina. The National Weather Service will be issuing messages to help residents prepare for winter weather. Winter storms bring significant and sometimes rapid changes in the weather which greatly affects our lives and safety. For more information, visit ReadyNC.