Clarence Street Lane Closure for Wendys Construction

Posted by Michelle Cuthbert on Thursday, September 6th, 2018


Did you know? Wendy's is coming to Port Colborne!

The new development is currently under construction on Clarence Street in the Food Basics parking lot. Starting Monday, September 10, 2018, for approximately two weeks, contractors will be completing service work connecting to the City’s mains for storm, sanitary, and water. 


During this two-week period, Clarence Street will remain open; however, there will be a lane closure.


To accommodate City events construction and lane closures will not occur on Thursdays late afternoon into evening for the Downtown Cruisers Association final Cruise Night on September 13, or Friday mornings during our Farmer’s Market.


Signage, informing drivers of construction, will be at Charlotte at Clarence Street and Park Street.


Thank you for your cooperation during this time.


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