City of Saginaw MI -
Closed Streets

FRASER ST. LANE CLOSURE BETWEEN SALT AND MICHIGAN

MAY 15 - 26, 2017

City crews will be working on pavement repairs on Fraser Street, between Salt Street and Michigan Avenue, requiring a lane closure on Monday, May 15th from 8:00 am until Friday, May 26th 4:00 pm. During this time the two westbound lanes will be reduced to one lane, and traffic will be shifted around the work site; please seek an alternate route if possible. Residents are urged to bypass this portion of Fraser Street, and the City of Saginaw asks drivers to please be patient while the work is in progress.


WILLIAMSON STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT

Begins MONDAY, MAY 1, 2017

Please be advised the Williamson Street Reconstruction Project will begin Monday, May 1, 2017 with an expected completion and open to traffic date of September 29, 2017. Williamson Street will be closed to through traffic during reconstruction, with a signed detour in place to guide motorists around the work site. Access for emergency vehicles and local traffic will be maintained at all times. The City of Saginaw urges residents to avoid this portion of Williamson Street while the work is in progress, and also asks drivers to please be patient while the work is in progress.


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ROAD CONSTRUCTION:
- FRASER ST. LANE CLOSURE BETWEEN SALT AND MICHIGAN

- WILLIAMSON STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT

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