Pittsburgh, PA – PennDOT District 11 is announcing lane restrictions on Route 65 (Ohio River Boulevard) in Sewickley, Glen Osborne Haysville and Glenfield boroughs, Allegheny County will occur this weekend, Friday night, September 24 through Sunday, September 26 weather permitting.
Single-lane restrictions will occur in both directions of Route 65 between the Neville Island Bridge in Glenfield Borough and Walnut Street in Sewickley Borough from 6 p.m. Friday night continuously through 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Crews will conduct milling and paving operations.
Work on this $3.03 million project includes milling and paving, guide rail and drainage upgrades, inlet adjustments, base repairs and ADA curb ramps improvements, signal updates, and other miscellaneous construction. Work on this project will be coordinated with other construction activities in the area including the I-79 Neville Island Bridge project.
Lindy Paving is the prime contractor.
Please use caution when traveling through the project corridor. Work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility.
The 2021 edition of the Ben Avon Bulletin has been delivered to all residents. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, or concerns. We’d love to hear from you.
It is building and construction season in Ben Avon and with that, a building permit may be required. First, please complete a Zoning Permit Application to make sure your project meets code standards. Drop off or send your application along with the $55 fee and any supporting documents to Ben Avon Borough, 7101 Church Avenue, Ben Avon PA 15202. Once reviewed, you will be contacted by the zoning officer with any questions or with his approval.
As part of a free program offered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Ben Avon Borough is developing a greenhouse gas inventory and Climate Action Plan. The Climate Action Plan will help us understand the sources of greenhouse gas emissions in our community and develop strategies to minimize our carbon footprint, improve our community’s resilience and preserve our quality of life.
To review results from the Community Climate Survey conducted in March 2021 and for next steps, please visit the Climate Action Plan information page.
Duquesne Light Company will be in Ben Avon Borough in the coming weeks and months to managing tree line vegetation in order to continue to deliver safe, reliable electricity to our residents. Because tree interference is a top cause of power outages in our region, it is essential that they be pruned and/or removed if there is any potential threatening impact.
Ben Avon residents were notified via door hanger or in person, and trees have been identified with paint. Trees that will be pruned have been marked with yellow paint and trees that will be removed have been marked with blue paint. As the start of their work in Ben Avon approaches, a member of Duquesne Light’s Vegetation Management team will reach out to you for further notification. Please visit the website at https://duquesnelight.com/customer-support/trees-power-lines for more information about Duquesne Light Co’s Vegetation Management Program.
Even in the green phase, everyone can do their part to help us respond to this evolving public health threat. Routine use of these measures by individuals and their families can go a long way to prevent the spread of illness and help us respond to an outbreak:stop-the-spread-of-germs
For more detailed information, refer to Ben Avon’s Coronavirus page.