Public Observe: Intersection Improvement Undertaking Will Impact Woodall’s Cell House Park

WHO: Kamminga and Roodvoets, Inc., Town of Lakeland & FDOT

WHAT: Shoulder Closure for Drainage Enhancements

Where: Westbound US92 Involving Wabash Avenue and Chestnut Road

WHEN: March 14th  – March 19th

WHY: Part of Wabash Avenue Intersection Improvement Task

LAKELAND, FL (March 12, 2021) | A contractor (K&R) functioning for the Town of Lakeland and the Florida Division of Transportation will be closing the shoulder on a portion of US 92/George Jenkins Boulevard among Wabash Avenue and Chestnut Road for drainage enhancements. The closure will begin  Sunday, March 14th and is scheduled to conclude Thursday, March 19th .  All lanes will keep on being open to targeted traffic on US92 but Woodall’s Cell Residence Park driveways at Ithaca Avenue and South Jackson Avenue will be impacted in the course of the job.

These drainage improvements are section of the US 92 and Wabash Avenue Intersection Improvement Task that is staying funded by the two the Florida Section of Transportation and the Town of Lakeland.  All lanes will continue to be open to targeted visitors. For far more information and facts concerning this job, get hold of Greg James, Assistant Director of Public Is effective at 863.834.8440.


Greg James
Assistant Director of Public Functions
Town of Lakeland
[email protected]

Kevin Cook
Director of Communications
Town of Lakeland
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About Lakeland

The City of Lakeland was included in January 1885 and has developed to become one of the biggest inland communities in Florida.  With a recent inhabitants of about 100,000, Lakeland continues to mature. It has been selected a Normal Metropolitan Statistical Spot by the US Census Bureau for above 30 a long time.  With vacationer attractions and gulf beach locations only an hour absent, Lakeland proceeds to capitalize on its ideal central Florida spot together the I-4 corridor.  The Metropolis owns and operates Lakeland Electric powered, the third-largest publicly owned utility in Florida and it was just one of the very first to present electricity in the Sunshine State about 110 a long time ago.



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