Victoria Street West Improvements Project

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The Victoria Street West Corridor is an undivided, four-lane arterial road between the Overlanders Bridge on-ramp and the Seymour Street West intersection. The sidewalk on the south side has a number of utility poles that are problematic for wheelchair users and potentially hazardous for motorists. Some of the water and sewer utilities date back to 1907. The character of this corridor remains much as it was since the original construction of the Overlanders Bridge in 1961.

The Victoria Street West Infrastructure and Corridor Improvement Project is driven by the need for upgrades to aging infrastructure, including water, sanitary, and storm

The Victoria Street West Corridor is an undivided, four-lane arterial road between the Overlanders Bridge on-ramp and the Seymour Street West intersection. The sidewalk on the south side has a number of utility poles that are problematic for wheelchair users and potentially hazardous for motorists. Some of the water and sewer utilities date back to 1907. The character of this corridor remains much as it was since the original construction of the Overlanders Bridge in 1961.

The Victoria Street West Infrastructure and Corridor Improvement Project is driven by the need for upgrades to aging infrastructure, including water, sanitary, and storm utilities beneath Victoria Street West. Council has supported the option to improve the lighting, pedestrian facilities, road geometry, safety, and landscaping on the corridor while reconstructing/replacing the road and utilities.

Other changes and commitments along Victoria Street West further highlight the significance and importance of improving this corridor. In early 2018, BC Housing and the City announced the construction of a 48-unit affordable housing project adjacent to the Emerald House property, which will significantly increase pedestrian and other traffic in this area.

The project is estimated to cost $13 million. The road rehabilitation and replacement of underground utilities are approximately 60% of the cost. The other costs for corridor improvements required to meet current city of Kamloops arterial road standards are as follows:

  • pedestrian improvements - 10%
  • lighting improvements - 2.5%
  • underground power - 10%
  • shallow utility relocations (Telus, FortisBC, etc) - 10%
  • landscaping - 5%
  • property acquisition - 2.5%

Funding from various partners, such as BC Hydro for underground utilities and beautification and ICBC for road safety improvements, is available to support the projects. These contributions are estimated at $230,000.

The City is committed to engaging the public and stakeholders throughout the project and will be hosting a public information session this spring to review the preliminary design, discuss project execution, and hear any concerns.

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  • Project Update - August 17

    5 days ago
    Day

    Traffic Flow Changes
    Week of August 19: 7 am to 6 pm


    For the week of August 19 during the day, Stage 1 (Victoria Street West below BCLC) will be opened up to one westbound travel lane. The priority transit and emergency services lane on Lansdowne Street between 2nd Avenue and 1st Avenue will remain in place. Transit, emergency vehicles and other traffic will merge into the one westbound travel lane in Stage 1. The slip lane from Victoria Street West to Seymour Street West will remain closed until further notice.



    Seymour Street West will be limited to one eastbound travel lane (no westbound traffic).

    1st Avenue, between Lansdowne Street and Seymour Street, will remain one-way, southbound. Traffic travelling up 1st Avenue will be able to turn left onto Seymour Street or continue up 1st Avenue. There will be a traffic control person at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Seymour Street to assist motorists and pedestrians.


    Week of August 19: 6 pm to 7 am


    During the evening, traffic will revert back to:

    - Stage 1 (closed to all traffic)
    - Seymour Street West (1 lane eastbound; 1 lane westbound)
    - 1st Avenue (one-way, southbound)




    Effective Saturday, August 24


    Stage 1 (Victoria Street West below BCLC, and Seymour Street West) is tentatively scheduled to be reopened full time to traffic by end of day, Saturday, August 24. Traffic below BCLC will be westbound, and traffic on Seymour Street West will be eastbound.



    1st Avenue, between Lansdowne Street and Seymour Street, will return to two-way directional traffic. Traffic travelling up 1st Avenue will be able to turn left onto Seymour Street or continue up 1st Avenue.

    Traffic travelling eastbound on Seymour Street West will be able to turn left or right onto 1st Avenue, or continue on Seymour Street.

    Seymour Street West Paving

    Crews will be paving Seymour Street West (bottom lift of asphalt) the week of August 19.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)

    Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues the week of August 19.

    Stage 3 (north side of Victoria Street West near Spoke N Motion)

    Crews will be carrying out storm sewer work starting the week of August 19.

    Traffic Flow Changes
    Week of August 19: 7 am to 6 pm


    For the week of August 19 during the day, Stage 1 (Victoria Street West below BCLC) will be opened up to one westbound travel lane. The priority transit and emergency services lane on Lansdowne Street between 2nd Avenue and 1st Avenue will remain in place. Transit, emergency vehicles and other traffic will merge into the one westbound travel lane in Stage 1. The slip lane from Victoria Street West to Seymour Street West will remain closed until further notice.



    Seymour Street West will be limited to one eastbound travel lane (no westbound traffic).

    1st Avenue, between Lansdowne Street and Seymour Street, will remain one-way, southbound. Traffic travelling up 1st Avenue will be able to turn left onto Seymour Street or continue up 1st Avenue. There will be a traffic control person at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Seymour Street to assist motorists and pedestrians.


    Week of August 19: 6 pm to 7 am


    During the evening, traffic will revert back to:

    - Stage 1 (closed to all traffic)
    - Seymour Street West (1 lane eastbound; 1 lane westbound)
    - 1st Avenue (one-way, southbound)




    Effective Saturday, August 24


    Stage 1 (Victoria Street West below BCLC, and Seymour Street West) is tentatively scheduled to be reopened full time to traffic by end of day, Saturday, August 24. Traffic below BCLC will be westbound, and traffic on Seymour Street West will be eastbound.



    1st Avenue, between Lansdowne Street and Seymour Street, will return to two-way directional traffic. Traffic travelling up 1st Avenue will be able to turn left onto Seymour Street or continue up 1st Avenue.

    Traffic travelling eastbound on Seymour Street West will be able to turn left or right onto 1st Avenue, or continue on Seymour Street.

    Seymour Street West Paving

    Crews will be paving Seymour Street West (bottom lift of asphalt) the week of August 19.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)

    Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues the week of August 19.

    Stage 3 (north side of Victoria Street West near Spoke N Motion)

    Crews will be carrying out storm sewer work starting the week of August 19.

  • Project Update - August 9

    13 days ago

    - In Stage 1 (below BCLC), the top lift of asphalt was laid down August 7. Line painting was completed August 9. Stage 1 is scheduled to be opened up to vehicle traffic in mid August.

    - The sidewalk on the south side of Seymour Street West is scheduled to be poured the week of August 12.

    - The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    - Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers...

    - In Stage 1 (below BCLC), the top lift of asphalt was laid down August 7. Line painting was completed August 9. Stage 1 is scheduled to be opened up to vehicle traffic in mid August.

    - The sidewalk on the south side of Seymour Street West is scheduled to be poured the week of August 12.

    - The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    - Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive) Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues.

    - In Stage 4 (Sun Life Financial west to the Overlanders Bridge), sanitary work continues at night.

    - Motorists are reminded of the posted 30 km/h speed limit throughout the construction zone and are asked to obey all traffic control devices and personnel.

    Extreme Excavating Hours
    Crews continue to work Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am.

    Then and Now - Victoria Street West
    Early 1900’s
    Victoria Street West has quite the history! Did you know that it was originally named Main Street in the early 1900s and was the first street in Kamloops? It was home to Chinatown as well as many businesses, including the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Raven’s Hall, Pioneer Saloon, the Chinese Mission, the Dominion Hotel, and the Federal Building, which housed the Post Office and, later, the Christian Hostel. This building, located at 207 Victoria Street West, now houses Kamloops Makerspace and is the only remaining original building from the early 1900s on Victoria Street West. From the late 1800’s until 1914, CP Railway operated trains down the middle of Main Street.

    Summer 2020
    We’ve come a long way since the early 1900’s! To see what Victoria Street West will look like after the construction is complete in the Summer of 2020, watch the 3D video rendering on this Let's Talk project page.

  • Project Update - August 2

    20 days ago

    Thank you for your patience.
    As we approach month five of construction, the City and Extreme Excavating would like to acknowledge the Victoria Street West business owners and operators, and local residents who have been affected by the construction. We know it’s been a long haul and we thank you for your patience.

    We encourage people to come on down and show their support! If you’re looking for a stereo, a new-to-you vehicle, tires, auto repairs or tune-ups, a mortgage, a mattress, a day at the spa, a bike, boat servicing, a car rental, a vehicle wrap, a new do...

    Thank you for your patience.
    As we approach month five of construction, the City and Extreme Excavating would like to acknowledge the Victoria Street West business owners and operators, and local residents who have been affected by the construction. We know it’s been a long haul and we thank you for your patience.

    We encourage people to come on down and show their support! If you’re looking for a stereo, a new-to-you vehicle, tires, auto repairs or tune-ups, a mortgage, a mattress, a day at the spa, a bike, boat servicing, a car rental, a vehicle wrap, a new do for your puppy, a tattoo, an RV battery, financial planning, new fabric for that chair, or to gather with inventors and artists, you can find it all on Victoria Street West. Businesses are open and accessible.

    To the many motorists, pedestrians and transit users who travel through the Victoria Street West corridor daily - we also thank you for your patience.

    We also want to acknowledge the many people working on the project, including the project team (Extreme Excavating, the City of Kamloops, and several consulting firms), utility providers, sub contractors, and flaggers.

    Here’s what’s happening the week of August 6…

    - In Stage 1 (below BCLC), the top lift of asphalt will be laid August 7 (weather permitting). Stage 1 is scheduled to be opened up to vehicle traffic in mid August.

    - Curb and gutter is scheduled to be installed on the north side of Seymour Street West.


    - The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    - Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive) surface work, Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues.

    - In Stage 4 (Sun Life Financial west to the Overlanders Bridge), water main work continues.

    - Motorists are reminded of the posted 30 km/h speed limit throughout the construction zone and are asked to obey all traffic control devices and personnel.

    - View construction photos and project details on this Let's Talk page.

    Extreme Excavating Hours - BC Day Weekend
    Crews will be taking the long weekend off to celebrate BC Day. They will finish work on Friday afternoon and return on Tuesday morning.

    Outside of the long weekend, crews are currently working Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am.

  • Project Update - July 26

    26 days ago

    The bottom lift of asphalt was laid in Stage 1 (below BCLC) this week. The top lift of asphalt is scheduled to be laid August 7 (weather permitting). It is anticipated that Stage 1 (below BCLC) will be opened up to vehicle traffic in mid August.

    In Stage 2, curb and gutter has been installed on the south side of Seymour Street West and in front of Mustard Seed. Curb and gutter installation on the north side of Seymour Street West is tentatively scheduled for the week of August 5. Stage 2 surface work, Silva Cell installations and third-party utility...

    The bottom lift of asphalt was laid in Stage 1 (below BCLC) this week. The top lift of asphalt is scheduled to be laid August 7 (weather permitting). It is anticipated that Stage 1 (below BCLC) will be opened up to vehicle traffic in mid August.

    In Stage 2, curb and gutter has been installed on the south side of Seymour Street West and in front of Mustard Seed. Curb and gutter installation on the north side of Seymour Street West is tentatively scheduled for the week of August 5. Stage 2 surface work, Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues.

    Tie-ins to the new water main are tentatively scheduled to take place during the week of July 29, between 10 pm and 6 am. Further notification and details will be provided to impacted businesses and residents.

    The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    Motorists are reminded of the posted 30 km/h speed limit throughout the construction zone and are asked to obey all traffic control devices and personnel.

    Access the traffic cams or view the construction photos on this Lets Talk project page.

    Extreme Excavating Hours - Night Shift Resumes July 28
    Crews continue to work Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm. The night shift (Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am) is scheduled to resume Sunday, July 28.

    Drone Video Footage of Construction Site
    For a bird’s eye view of the Victoria Street West construction site, check out Extreme Excavating’s video at https://extremeexcavating.ltd/wordpress/home/

  • Project Update - July 20

    about 1 month ago

    Due to heavy rain last week, paving in Stage 1 (below BCLC) was delayed until the week of July 22. Stage 1 completion is still on schedule for the end of July/early August. To view the progress, access the traffic cams or look at the construction photos on this Let's Talk project page.

    In Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive), the deep utility work is nearing completion. Surface work, Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues.

    The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the...

    Due to heavy rain last week, paving in Stage 1 (below BCLC) was delayed until the week of July 22. Stage 1 completion is still on schedule for the end of July/early August. To view the progress, access the traffic cams or look at the construction photos on this Let's Talk project page.

    In Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive), the deep utility work is nearing completion. Surface work, Silva Cell installations and third-party utility work continues.

    The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    Starting the week of July 22, crews are scheduled to mill (remove the asphalt) in Stage 4 (Sun Life Financial west to the Overlanders Bridge). Following the milling, crews will start water main work in Stage 4. Traffic will be single lane, alternating at times. Motorists traveling down Summit Drive, destined for the North Shore via the Overlanders Bridge, and motorists traveling westbound destined for Summit Drive or Mission Flats, should expect delays and may want to consider alternate routes, especially during peak times.

    Motorists are reminded of the posted 30 km/h speed limit throughout the construction zone and are asked to use caution and courtesy when driving in the area and to utilize proper zipper merging etiquette. Please obey all traffic control devices and personnel.

    Extreme Excavating Hours

    Crews continue to work Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm. The night shift is scheduled to resume within the next two weeks to proceed with Stage 3 deep utility work.

  • Project Update - July 13

    about 1 month ago

    Project Update For July 13

    Stage 1 (below BCLC) is on schedule and nearing completion! Crews are finishing up the installation of curb and gutter, sidewalks, and boulevard paver bricks. Turf is being laid and trees are being planted. Weather permitting, Stage 1 will be paved starting Wednesday, July 17. To view the progress, access the traffic cams or look at the construction photos on this Lets Talk project page.

    In Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive), service tie-ins, Silva Cell installations, and third-party utility work continues.

    The Hydro box installation continues...

    Project Update For July 13

    Stage 1 (below BCLC) is on schedule and nearing completion! Crews are finishing up the installation of curb and gutter, sidewalks, and boulevard paver bricks. Turf is being laid and trees are being planted. Weather permitting, Stage 1 will be paved starting Wednesday, July 17. To view the progress, access the traffic cams or look at the construction photos on this Lets Talk project page.

    In Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive), service tie-ins, Silva Cell installations, and third-party utility work continues.

    The Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed. To facilitate this work, the one-way access from McIntosh Street to Seymour Street West continues to be closed.

    Starting the week of July 15, until approximately July 27, crews will be carrying out sanitary sewer work on Victoria Street West near Signature Printing and Craftsman Collision. Access to these businesses will be maintained. Traffic will be single lane, alternating. Motorists traveling down Summit Drive, destined for the North Shore via the Overlanders Bridge, and motorists traveling westbound destined for Summit Drive or Mission Flats, should expect delays and may want to consider alternate routes, especially during peak times.

    Motorists are reminded of the posted 30 km/h speed limit throughout the construction zone and are asked to use caution and courtesy when driving in the area and to utilize proper zipper merging etiquette. Please obey all traffic control devices and personnel.

    Extreme Excavating Hours

    Crews continue to work Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm.

    The Sunday to Thursday night shift has been temporarily suspended as all deep utility work in Stage 2 has now been completed. The night crew is now assisting the day shift with Stage 2 roadworks. The night shift will resume at a later date to proceed with Stage 3 deep utility work.
  • Project Update - July 5

    about 2 months ago

    Stage 1 (below BCLC)

    - Continuing installation of curb and gutter, sidewalk, and boulevard paver bricks.
    - Installation of turf in front of BCLC.
    - Paving of Stage 1 is now tentatively scheduled for the week of July 15.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)
    - Deep utility work (water and sanitary), service tie-ins, silva cell installations, and third party utility work continues.

    Extreme Excavating Hours
    Extreme Excavating continues to work two shifts - Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am

    Stage 1 (below BCLC)

    - Continuing installation of curb and gutter, sidewalk, and boulevard paver bricks.
    - Installation of turf in front of BCLC.
    - Paving of Stage 1 is now tentatively scheduled for the week of July 15.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)
    - Deep utility work (water and sanitary), service tie-ins, silva cell installations, and third party utility work continues.

    Extreme Excavating Hours
    Extreme Excavating continues to work two shifts - Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am


    Staying Safe When Travelling Through An Active Construction Zone

    Pedestrians…
    • stay alert and be aware of your surroundings
    • respect and follow direction from traffic control devices and flaggers
    • don’t take hazardous shortcuts
    • cross at marked crosswalks or designated walking areas
    • make eye contact with drivers and wait for them to stop before crossing
    • keep a safe distance from active equipment
    Drivers…
    • focus on the road and stay alert
    • be prepared to stop for pedestrians crossing and other drivers stopping unexpectedly
    • slow down and follow the 30 km/hr posted speed limit
    • allow drivers exiting businesses or residences in the construction zone to merge into traffic
    • be patient, plan ahead and expect some delays
    • when approaching the construction zone, zipper merge!
  • Project Update - June 28

    about 2 months ago

    Stage 1 (below BCLC)

    • Installation of curb and gutter, sidewalk, and boulevard paver bricks is nearing completion.
    • Paving of Stage 1 is tentatively scheduled for the week of July 8.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)

    • Deep utility work (water and sanitary), service tie-ins, silva cell installations, and third party utility work continues.
    • Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed.
    Human Remains Found On-Site
    The morning of Wednesday, June 26, crews uncovered non-modern human remains on the construction...

    Stage 1 (below BCLC)

    • Installation of curb and gutter, sidewalk, and boulevard paver bricks is nearing completion.
    • Paving of Stage 1 is tentatively scheduled for the week of July 8.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)

    • Deep utility work (water and sanitary), service tie-ins, silva cell installations, and third party utility work continues.
    • Hydro box installation continues just east of Mustard Seed.
    Human Remains Found On-Site
    The morning of Wednesday, June 26, crews uncovered non-modern human remains on the construction site. The required archaeological protocols were followed by the project team, the site was cordoned off, and security is in place. Construction on Victoria Street West is continuing outside of the required 50 metre buffer zone around the find site. We are working closely with Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc and will post an update to this Lets Talk page as the process progresses next week.

    Extreme Excavating Hours - Canada Day Weekend
    Crews will be taking the long weekend off to celebrate Canada Day. They will finish work on Friday afternoon and return on Tuesday morning.
  • Non-Modern Human Remains Discovered at Victoria Street West Improvements Project Site

    about 2 months ago
    Kamloops, BC – On Wednesday morning, June 26, 2019, human remains were discovered at the site of the Victoria Street West Improvements Project by construction crews working in the area.

    Upon making the discovery, the project team followed the archeological protocols that are required for this project. The RCMP, representatives from Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc (TteS), and Golder Associates were called in to control the site and it was determined the origin of the remains are not modern.

    “The City is committed to following the Heritage Conservation Act and, more importantly, working closely with TteS to protect cultural heritage. We’re guided...

    Kamloops, BC – On Wednesday morning, June 26, 2019, human remains were discovered at the site of the Victoria Street West Improvements Project by construction crews working in the area.

    Upon making the discovery, the project team followed the archeological protocols that are required for this project. The RCMP, representatives from Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc (TteS), and Golder Associates were called in to control the site and it was determined the origin of the remains are not modern.

    “The City is committed to following the Heritage Conservation Act and, more importantly, working closely with TteS to protect cultural heritage. We’re guided by protocols on site and will continue to work with TteS as they determine next steps,” said Darren Crundwell, the City’s Capital Project Manager.

    The area is cordoned off and security has been put in place at the find site.

    “We are committed to dealing with these remains with the utmost respect and care, and also with a sense of urgency in accordance with our commitments to the TteS,” said Kamloops Mayor Ken Christian.

    Work is currently progressing on the Victoria Street West project, recognizing a 50 metre buffer zone around the find site. The City anticipates construction will continue as expected next week, while respecting the TteS Ancestral Remains Policy and Procedures.

    “We appreciate the immediate actions taken by the project team and are fully aware of the steps that have been taken, which are in line with our policies,” said Chief Kukpi7 Rosanne Casimir.

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    The City recently signed a Letter of Understanding (LOU) recognizing the ongoing commitment to working collaboratively with the TteS on cultural heritage protocol and education in our communities. The City and TteS intend to work in the spirit of cooperation and in partnership, with demonstrated respect and commitment to preserving and promoting Secwe̓pemc values, including the protection of TteS cultural heritage resources. Both parties are meeting later today related to this LOU.

    Ken Christian Rosanne Casimir Darren Crundwell
    Mayor, City of Kamloops Chief Kukpi7, Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc Capital Projects Manager
    250-828-3494 250-828-9760 250-828-3535
    mayor@kamloops.ca dcrundwell@kamloops.ca

  • Project Update - June 21

    2 months ago
    Stage 1 (below BCLC)
    - Sidewalks have been poured on both sides of the street from 1st Avenue to in front of Polar Battery.
    - Boulevard paver bricks have been installed on the north side from 1st Avenue to in front of Polar Battery; south side installation continues.
    - Turfing on the north side is nearly complete.
    - Paving of Stage 1 is tentatively scheduled for early July.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)
    - Deep utility work (water and sanitary) and service tie-ins continue.
    - Installation of silva cells is progressing.
    Stage 1 (below BCLC)
    - Sidewalks have been poured on both sides of the street from 1st Avenue to in front of Polar Battery.
    - Boulevard paver bricks have been installed on the north side from 1st Avenue to in front of Polar Battery; south side installation continues.
    - Turfing on the north side is nearly complete.
    - Paving of Stage 1 is tentatively scheduled for early July.

    Stage 2 (south side of Victoria Street West between Mustard Seed and Boomers Automotive)
    - Deep utility work (water and sanitary) and service tie-ins continue.
    - Installation of silva cells is progressing.
    - 3rd party utility work continues.
    - A hydro box will be installed just east of Mustard Seed (adjacent Seymour Street West) the week of June 24.
    - Additional fire hydrants have been installed on the north and south sides of the street.

    Extreme Excavating continues to work two shifts - Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 5:30 pm, and Sunday to Thursday, 7 pm to 7 am.