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From time to time, City streets are closed for events, street repairs, snow removal, utility maintenance, or other reasons. Check here for announcements about current and upcoming road closures, or sign up for email alerts.

AVOID THE AREA OF GOLD ST AND JOHN DEVINE DUE TO A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, AREA ROADS AREA CLOSED.

Published: 07/06/2024 3:20 PM

Manchester, NH: Police Department - Advisory

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UPDATE: THE ROAD IS OPEN. AVOID THE AREA OF UNION ST/CENTRAL ST/LAUREL ST REF TO A MV ACCIDENT. U...

Published: 07/03/2024 9:42 PM

Manchester, NH: Police Department - Advisory

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AVOID THE AREA OF UNION ST/CENTRAL ST/LAUREL ST REF TO A MV ACCIDENT. UNION ST IS CLOSED. THANK YOU

Published: 07/03/2024 3:55 PM

Manchester, NH: Police Department - Advisory

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Roadway Construction- Young St. , Cilley Rd. and Jewett St.

Published: 07/02/2024 12:25 PM

GMI Asphalt LLC, the contractor for the Department of Public Works, will be reconstructing Young St. from Taylor St. to Somerville St. and Cilley Rd. from Belmont St. to Jewett St. and Jewett St. from Somerville St. to Young St. The work is scheduled to begin on July 15, 2024, and will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The project is expected to last approximately +/- 6 weeks.

We kindly ask that you plan your activities accordingly, avoid the construction zone when possible, and consider using alternate routes.

Detour routes will be in place to guide traffic during the construction period. While we aim to minimize disruptions, please be prepared for potential delays in accessing your property.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work to improve our community's infrastructure.

Sincerely, DPW - Highway

AVOID THE AREA OF S WILLOW ST/ S LINCOLN ST DUE TO A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT.SOME ROADS ARE CLOSED...

Published: 07/01/2024 1:38 PM

Manchester, NH: Police Department - Advisory

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POLICE ACTIVITY IN THE AREA OF BRIDGE AND BEECH ST.SEVERAL STREETS IN THE AREA WILL BE CLOSED. AV...

Published: 06/28/2024 9:56 AM

Manchester, NH: Police Department - Advisory

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Roadway Construction Cohas Ave. and Island Pond Rd.

Published: 06/14/2024 1:39 PM

GMI Asphalt LLC, the contractor for the Department of Public Works, will be reconstructing Cohas Ave. from S. Mammoth Rd. to Old Cohas Ave. and Island Pond Rd. from Cohas Ave to Brickett Rd. The work is scheduled to begin on June 18, 2024, and will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The project is expected to last approximately four weeks.

We kindly ask that you plan your activities accordingly, avoid the construction zone when possible, and consider using alternate routes.

Detour routes will be in place to guide traffic during the construction period. While we aim to minimize disruptions, please be prepared for potential delays in accessing your property.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work to improve our community's infrastructure.

Sincerely, DPW - Highway

Roadway Construction- Wilson St between Hanover St to Green St

Published: 05/03/2024 8:00 AM

GMI Asphalt LLC, the Department of Public Works contractor, is scheduled to reconstruct Wilson St. from Green St. to Hanover St, beginning on  05/03/2024 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This reconstruction project is estimated to last approximately +/- 5 weeks. We kindly request that you plan your activities accordingly, avoid the construction zone when possible, and consider alternate routes.

Please note that parking on Wilson St. will be limited during the designated work hours.

Detour routes will be established to guide traffic during the construction period. While we strive to minimize disruptions, please be prepared for potential delays in accessing your property, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused to residents and motorists.

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