The West View Water Authority, working in conjunction with the scheduled Ben Avon Borough road paving project, will be replacing a portion of the water main on MONITOR AVENUE only, starting at the intersection with Brighton Road and ending at the terminus across Ohio River Blvd. The project will commence during the week of JULY 22nd.
The Authority and its contractor will make every effort to maintain traffic along Monitor Avenue throughout the duration of the project. We ask for your patience and cooperation.
SR-65 – Ohio River Blvd. – Gas line installation will begin on Ohio River Blvd. overnights starting Sunday, June 23rd at 8pm. There will be overnight lane restrictions from 8pm – 5am until further notice. Gas Line work will be taking place along Ohio River Blvd. between the bridge over Spruce Run to Monitor Street causing these overnight lane restrictions.
Motorists should expect delays during these hours and be prepared for changing traffic patterns. Please use caution when driving through the area. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.
7-16-2019 UPDATE: Park restoration has begun. The landscaper is working to restore the park and the grading of the trail following the necessary pipeline repairs that had to be done earlier this year.
As has been the case all summer, timeline will be weather dependent but we are hoping to get the park reopened within the next week or two.
Please stay tuned for more information or contact the boro office with any additional questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-766-7704.
Now that the days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, construction projects may be on your mind. Please be mindful of Ben Avon’s ordinances before you beginning any construction. If you are unsure, please call the Boro Office, 412-766-7704, for assistance.
Because even relatively minor excavation activities like landscaping or fencing can cause damage to a pipeline or utility lines, always contact the 811 One-Call Center before engaging in any excavation, construction, farming or digging. Most states require 2 working days notice to the One-Call Center to allow the utility operators to mark their pipelines and utilities at your proposed digging site.
One easy FREE phone call to 811 starts the process to get your underground pipelines and utility lines marked. Once lines have been marked for your project, you will know the approximate location of your pipelines and utility lines, and can safely dig. More information regarding 811 can be found at www.call811.com.