Blasting activities along Carlisle Springs Road begin today, Wednesday, March 13 and will continue through the first week of April. Blasting will occur on the west side of Carlisle Springs Road from D Street south to the railroad tracks and on the east side from C Street south to Hamilton Street. This blasting will require a… Read More Blasting Activities Begin
Contractors are tentatively scheduled to begin blasting activities in March at the former IAC/Masland site. This blasting will require a temporary closure of Carlisle Springs Road before, during, and after each blast, lasting approximately 30 minutes. The blasting will be performed after 9:00 AM and before 3:00 PM on weekdays. It’s best to avoid the… Read More Blasting Activities
When the Carlisle Connectivity Plan finally gets into full swing, we will be using as many platforms as we can to make sure that you stay informed! We want to make sure residents and stakeholders are given the most up-to-date information during all phases of the project. We have a communications plan to reach out… Read More Communicating with YOU
Approximately 2,000 feet of water main will be replaced along Carlisle Springs Road this year. While the original project had proposed closing Carlisle Springs Road while this work occurred, PennDOT is requiring that the Borough instead reduce traffic to one lane during construction. Flaggers will be out directing traffic during construction. However, no lanes will be… Read More Carlisle Springs Road Water Main Replacement
At the April 2018 Borough Council Workshop meeting, Herbert Rowland & Grubic, Inc., the Borough’s program manager for the Carlisle Connectivity Project, presented Council and the public with updates on the different projects within the CCP, as well as a tentative timeline for work. You can watch the entire presentation on YouTube.