Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 7, San Remo Road between Mayan Place and Floridian Drive will be closed to through-traffic.
The road closure is necessary to conduct rehabilitation work on sewer lines and manholes in the area. The road is expected to reopen by the end of April 2020, according to a Toho Water Authority press release.
Motorists and pedestrians are urged to use caution when approaching these areas.
Speed limits may be reduced in certain areas. Signage will be placed as needed to keep residents and the traveling public informed of the project.
This is part of the first phase of the San Remo sewer rehabilitation project. The overall project consists of five phases which, is expected to continue through September 2020. Schedules could vary according to weather and unforeseen circumstances. Updates will be provided as the project progresses.
Toho will work to minimize any impacts on the community as much as possible. Information regarding the project is available on www.tohoprojects.com.
Temporary inconveniences could be noise and vibrations; barricades and fencing for safety; and trucks, machinery and equipment.
If you see a potentially unsafe situation or equipment or fencing that requires attention, contact Toho’s Customer Service Department immediately at 407-944-5000.
Children are often curious about construction work. Keep them away from the construction site at all times to avoid accidents.
If you become aware of a public safety emergency, call 911 immediately.
Call Toho Water Authority’s Customer Service Department if you need any additional information at 407-944-5000.