3-phase water line work to affect U.S. 231 trafficOctober 8, 2018
From Local Sources
JASPER — The first phase of the U.S. 231 water supply and pressure improvement project begins today in Jasper.
This phase of the project runs from the intersection of Bartley Street and U.S. 231 and east to the intersection of Clay Street and U.S. 231.
Phase 1 is expected to last until the end of November, but is subject to change. A portion of U.S. 231 will be reduced to two lanes during construction.
The entire project will be in three phases and will make improvements to aging water infrastructure beneath U.S. 231. Parts of the project include water line installation, pressure testing and chlorination of water lines, service line installation and road repairs.
To learn more, visit jasperindiana.gov.
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