Open House: Windbreak Street reconstruction project

In April 2013, the City of Kamloops invited Windbreak Street residents, business owners and other stakeholders to provide their input on potential infrastructure improvements for Windbreak Street. The input received was considered, together with technical and budget considerations, during the development of the final reconstruction plan. Windbreak Street reconstruction (between Tranquille Road and Parkcrest Avenue) will take place in 2014.

On Wednesday, March 12th, the City will be hosting an open house at Brocklehurst Middle School Library (985 Windbreak Street) to present the reconstruction plan. Windbreak Street residents and business owners are encouraged to drop by any time between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm to view the plan. City staff will be available to answer any questions.

The Windbreak Street reconstruction plan will also be available to view online starting March 10th at www.kamloops.ca/openhouse.


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