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March 2017

Camden Way and Rosedale Drive to close temporarily next week

Camden Way between Meadow Park and Rosedale Drive will close temporarily early Monday morning for a project to relocate waterlines in eight different locations on McGee and north to Camden Way. The waterline relocation is in preparation of installing a new stormwater drainage box to relieve flooding in this area.

Camden Way will reopen at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.

Norman’s Environmental Control Advisory Board to participate in BIG Event

City of Norman Environmental Control Advisory Board (ECAB) will utilize 400 student volunteers to distribute 20,000 door hangers and 18,000 recycling cart stickers to Norman residents during the BIG Event on Saturday. The BIG Event is the University of Oklahoma’s official day of community service aiming to unify the campus and community through service-oriented projects and gratitude.

Spring Clean Up begins Saturday

The City of Norman’s residential spring cleanup kicks off this Saturday with curbside pickup of household items for customers who have regular cart service on Mondays. Residents should have all items out by 7:30 a.m., and may place items at the curb up to a week before their scheduled collection day.

Norman residents invited to Comprehensive Plan Community Workshop

Residents invited to provide input about the community’s future growth

The City of Norman is hosting the second of three community workshops to gain input
from residents during the new update to the Norman 2025 Plan. The workshop is
March 30 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the conference center at the J.D. McCarty
Center, 2002 E. Robinson

New compost release set for March 25

A new release of compost will be available for Norman residents March 25 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the City of Norman’s compost facility. The facility is located at 398 Bratcher Miner Road, which is south of Highway 9 between Jenkins and Chautauqua.

Briggs Street to close Monday between 24th Avenue SW and Lindsey Drive

Briggs Street between 24th Avenue SW and Lindsey Drive will close Monday. The temporary closure is for reconstruction of pavement on Briggs Street. The project is expected to reopen by April 3.

The detour route is Lindsey Street to Murphy Street. Signs will be in place to direct motorists.

Restriping and Pavement Markings Enhancement Project Begins Today

A project to restripe and replace pavement markings at multiple locations throughout the city begins today. Among the first sites to have markings replaced will be Jenkins Avenue south of Boyd Street and Robinson Street, just east of Crossroads Boulevard.

Main Street Repaving Project resumes Monday

The Main Street Pavement Repair Project will resume Monday with the repair of the concrete between Park Drive and Flood Avenue. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. The project is schedule to be complete in May, weather permitting.

Quiet Zone, Safe Zone Event Set for Saturday

The City of Norman and the Norman Public Library will host an educational event about railroad track and crossing safety this Saturday. The event called Quiet Zone, Safe Zone is from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Lowry Room of the library at 225 N. Webster.

Landscape maintenance on Flood to temporarily close lanes Tuesday

The City of Norman’s Parks and Recreation Department will perform landscape maintenance Tuesday in the center median of Flood Avenue between Robinson Street and Lexington Street. For the safety of workers and the traveling public, the left lanes of both north and southbound Flood Avenue will be closed in this area from 9 a.m. to approximately 2:30 p.m.

New Traffic Signal at 36th Avenue NW and Havenbrook Street

Work began this week on the construction of a new traffic signal at the intersection of 36th Avenue NW and Havenbrook Street and the widening of 36th Avenue NW to create dedicated left turn lanes at Havenbrook Street. The project will also upgrade the traffic signals interconnect cable between Main Street and Robinson Street.

Waterline installation to close one eastbound lane of Main

The Norman Utilities Authority (NUA) will begin installation of a new waterline on Main Street on Monday. The project will begin at James Garner, west of the railroad, and progress west toward Park Avenue in one block sections. The first section of the project will proceed from James Garner to Santa Fe.