Boil Water Advisory Rescinded

Please be advised the Boil Water Advisory for Norman and Keewatin has been lifted.  Laboratory testing of the water supply does not indicate the presence of bacteria.

The City thanks residents of Norman and Keewatin for their patience.

Norman and Keewatin Boil Water Advisory Rescind Notice

Norman and Keewatin Boil Water Advisory Rescind

Changes to Evening Swims

Changes to Evening Swim Times

To accommodate new BOGA Mat waterfit classes, changes have been made to the leisure and lane swims.   The Lane Pool will only be available for leisure swim from 6:30 – 7:15 pm on Monday and Wednesday from November 13 to December 20, 2017.   The evening Lane Swim will change on Wednesday only from 8:30 – 9:30 pm from November 15 to December 20, 2017.

For questions about the swim changes, please contact Crystal Stokes, Aquatics Facilitator, at 807-467-2594.

Seventh Avenue South Bridge Closure November 13 – 26, 2017

Please be advised beginning Monday November 13, 2017 the Seventh Avenue South bridge and nearby streets will be closed until Sunday November 26, 2017.  Refer to the map below for the closure area. The closure is necessary to allow Union Gas to relocate a gas line.  Local traffic will be permitted on Third Street South and Seventh Avenue South, and the west sidewalk on Seventh Avenue South will remain open during this time.

The City thanks residents for their patience and cooperation while Union Gas works in the area.

Union Gas Work Plan Seventh Avenue

 

Coker Road Bridge Load Restriction

Please be advised effectively immediately, a vehicle load restriction has been authorized for the Coker Road bridge.  The maximum gross vehicle weight of 20 tonnes has been implemented to restrict and prohibit large vehicles such as construction trucks/equipment, tractor trailers, and large fire vehicles from crossing the bridge.  Beggs Road and Gauthier Road may be used as alternative travel routes to avoid the bridge.  This load restriction has been put in place as a precaution for public safety until further assessment of the bridge is completed.

Wharf Street Changes

Please be advised Wharf Street in Keewatin has changed to be a ONE WAY street. Traffic now travels in the westbound direction only. There are signs in place to notify drivers of the ONE WAY, single lane street. Parking along Wharf Street has also changed and signage is in place to indicate areas of no parking or limited parking.

Wharf Street Changes