Traverse City News and Events

Grandview Parkway, Sixth Street Closures This Week

By Beth Milligan | Sept. 19, 2022

The Traverse City streets division will temporarily close one lane of West Grandview Parkway between Division Street and East Traverse Highway/M-72 for concrete joint repairs this week.

Work will be taking place in both the eastbound and westbound lanes. The work will begin on Monday and is expected to be completed by end of day on Friday. The project is anticipated to cause disruptions to pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Appropriate signage will be in place, and access to all homes and businesses will be maintained at all times.

Elmer’s Crane and Dozer, Inc. will be also be closing Sixth Street between Division Street and Cedar Street for water main work under the Kids Creek culvert this and next week. The closure will start Monday at 7am, with the road expected to reopen on Friday, September 30 at 7pm.

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