East 19th Street construction to resume Monday

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City contractors will resume work on East 19th Street from Harper Street to O’Connell Road on Monday, according to a city update this week.


This phase of the work will include a full closure of East 19th Street between 2001 E. 19th St. to O’Connell, according to the update. See an approximate map below.

The work was slated to be completed in August 2022 “but had significant delays due to weather and other unanticipated construction issues,” according to the city’s update.

“The City anticipates completing the remaining work by the end of May 2023, pending weather or other delays.”

Further information about construction projects in Lawrence is available via the city’s website at lawrenceks.org/construction/. The city’s interactive map of construction projects is available here.

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