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If you have general questions about COVID-19 or want more information, please view the information provided by the Region of Waterloo.
If you have questions about this construction project related to the current COVID-19 pandemic, please review the information provided by the Region of Waterloo on the Construction and Road Closures page.
The Region’s contractor Navacon Construction Inc. has temporarily closed King Street to eastbound traffic between Lowther Street and Bishop Street to safely install the watermain and rebuild the road as quickly as possible. One-way traffic in the westbound direction will continue to be permitted during this stage of the work. The Region will provide a signed detour route for eastbound traffic (including heavy trucks) using Eagle Street, Hespeler Road and Bishop Street. View the Detour Map here.
King Street is tentatively expected to re-open on or around December 21, weather permitting. Crews are working hard to complete the remaining road works and get the street opened.
Access to businesses and residential properties on both sides of King Street will be maintained within the closure limits, but traffic will only be permitted to travel in the westbound direction.
Progress Since Last Update:
- All underground works have been completed for this year
- Road excavation in Stages 3 and 4
- Tree planting in Stages 1 and 2
- Curb placement in Stages 3 and 4
Upcoming Work over the next few weeks:
- Asphalt placement in Stages 3 and 4
- Cleanup behind curbs
- Cleanup sidewalks
- Reopen all streets
We appreciate the community's continued understanding as we complete this important work.
Every reasonable effort is being made during construction to minimize disruption and complete the work efficiently and cost effectively. We thank you for your patience and cooperation.
View the full update here for some pictures from the last two weeks
Grading the road in Stage 3
Final watermain connection at Union Street in Stage 3
Pouring curb at Montrose Street in Stage 3
Preparing for curb in Stage 3
New Preston sign near Waterloo Street in Stage 1
Pouring curb in Stage 4 near Bishop Street
New street lights in Stage 3