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Water service interrupted for Royal Oaks Subdivision Thursday

Residents of the Royal Oaks Subdivision can expect water service interruption from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 7 for ongoing utility relocation work. The contractor relocating the thirty-inch waterlines on 24th Avenue SE, between Alameda Street and Lindsey Street will be installing a new waterline valve. This nature of the work requires that the waterline is shut off. Residents impacted are:

  • Residents along Lone Oak Drive
  • Residents along Woodsong Drive
  • Residents along Bethany Oaks Drive
  • Residents along White Oaks Drive
  • Residents along Black Oaks Circle
  • Residents along Arbor Drive
  • First Bank & Trust (Alameda & 24th)

Questions about the construction may be directed to Mr. Chris Serrano at 405-366-5265 or chris.serrano@normanok.gov 

 

History of the Project

 

The 24th Avenue East Waterline Relocation Project was awarded on August 28, 2018, by the City of Norman. The successful bidder was W.E.B. Construction, Inc. of Moore, Oklahoma for $1,583,150.50. The project includes the relocation of a twelve-inch (12”) high-pressure waterline and a thirty-inch (30”) waterline. The relocation of these waterlines is necessary to construct the new roadway and stormwater system on 24th Avenue East. 

On August 28, 2012, the citizens of Norman approved a bond issue to finance the local share of eight transportation/stormwater improvement projects. One of the eight projects is the 24th Avenue East Bond Project. The proposed improvements for the 24th Avenue East Bond Project include: 

  • Widen two miles of roadway from two lanes to four lanes
  • Continuous sidewalks and accessibility
  • Stormwater system improvements
  • On-street bike lanes