03.17.2022 - Construction Update

Updated: Mar 31

Major Highlights: (See Map Below)

The work zone on Depot Street between Irish Street and Main Street (Yellow with Red Border) is currently barricaded to vehicular traffic as Summers & Taylor has begun storm drain installation. You’ll notice we’ve shrunk this zone to accommodate access to businesses while we await supplies to arrive on April 5th. This block will remain barricaded until completion but will be accessible to pedestrian traffic. Please proceed with caution, park nearby to access businesses.


Tomorrow, March 18th, Depot Street West of Irish Street (Green Border) will be closed off for the day while they work to prep for tying over the Federal Courthouse Fire Taps. It will be completed by the end of the day but please use caution while detouring.


The Greeneville Water Commission’s contractor will be working on the water lines crossing the intersection of Depot Street and Main Street (Blue with Yellow Border) from Monday, March 21st, to Wednesday, March 23rd. It could take until Friday, March 25th, if anything unexpected is encountered. The road will be covered with steel plates when the road is reopened in the evening and patched back when complete. Please utilize posted detour signage to navigate around the intersection.

Summers & Taylor has made great progress on the Depot Street Culvert near College Street (Purple with Red Border) over Richland Creek. They’re currently working on prepping to pour the top of the culvert and should complete that next week. This area starts just after Reeve’s Alley and goes to College Street. Depot Street between Main Street and Reeve’s Alley (Purple with Yellow Border) will remain accessible to local traffic but closed to through traffic. This zone pictured on the map above shows where the barrier to the block has been deployed.


Lastly, at the other end of the project, Depot Street between Cutler Street and Loretta Street is closed to thru traffic for Portland Utility, Greeneville Water Commission’s contractor, to stage utility work in the area. This area will remain as is for the next couple weeks.