February 5, 2016
Road Closures and Possible Delays
The following roads in the City of Suffolk will have closures that could cause delays, Friday, February 5, 2016, due to construction and maintenance projects.
(Camp Pond Road) – Camp Pond Road is closed to thru traffic at the bridge near the North Carolina State Line due to high water.
(County Street) – A contractor will have a lane closure on County Street between Polk Street and East Washington Street from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Suffolk Police will be directing traffic at the intersection of East Washington Street and County Street.
(Pittmantown Road) – Beginning January 4, 2016, a contractor will have the 2900 block to 3300 block of Pittmantown Road closed to perform a pipe replacement. A detour will be in place diverting all thru traffic onto Short Lane/Reynoldson Road to Lees Mill Road/Robbie Road. Residents in the work area will have full access to their property. The project is expected to be completed by February 12th.
(Katherine Street) – A contractor will have Katherine Street closed between East Pinner Street and East Constance Road from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All traffic will be detoured to surrounding streets. Accommodations will be made for residents and emergency vehicles. Work will continue until further notice.
(Prentis Street) – A contractor will have Prentis Street closed to thru traffic between Main Street and Pine Street. Traffic will be detoured to surrounding streets. City, Emergency and Resident access will be accommodated. The closure will be in effect for 24 hours a day until further notice. This project is expected to be completed by February 29, 2016, weather permitting. Beginning February 5th, the project will also require a temporary sidewalk closure on North Main Street at Prentis Street.
(Seaboard Trail) – A contractor will have the Seaboard Trail from Main Street to Moore Avenue closed to all pedestrians until further notice.
(Tyson Court) – Tyson Court will be closed to all traffic entering and exiting the Public Works Operations Center in 800 block of Carolina Road. This closure will be in place for approximately 60 days while the new entrance is constructed. All vehicles will enter and exit via the traffic signal at 800 Carolina Road. Accommodations have been made to allow a left turn at the traffic signal.