We are excited to announce that the Saint Paul Street relining project is now complete and the street is now open to traffic in both directions. Additionally, the metered parking on the west side of Saint Paul has been transitioned back to parallel parking. Congratulations to the Department of Public Works for getting this important project done.
The project, which began on September 6th, was part of the voter-approved capital bond from November’s election in conjunction with the city’s 10-Year Capital Plan. DPW took care to minimize disruptions to area residents and businesses by preserving as much parking as possible and ensuring that sidewalk accessibility would not be affected.
The project was part of the City’s Water Main Relining project which consists of relining 2.74 miles of water main on various streets in Burlington. This construction project and all other projects affecting Burlington’s right-of-way can be viewed in DPW’s new construction portal. This new portal is a way for residents to track both public and private projects that are underway across the city.
See the relining process below:
The City of Burlington will continue to post Water Main Relining updates on their dedicated webpage and Park Burlington will continue to post parking and transportation news on this website, Twitter and Facebook.