Traffic alert: Delays in Roswell during sewer line cleaning


Drivers in north Fulton County can expect delays this weekend and into next week as sewer lines are being cleaned.

Woolpert, Inc. will clean the lines on behalf of Fulton County’s Department of Public Works. From Feb. 17 to 19, crews from the company will clean lines in Roswell.

Hours of cleaning will be from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., and traffic control personnel will direct traffic while crews are working. Signs will be located near the work area for the safety of residents and crew.


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On Feb. 17, crews will begin work at 225 Coleman Road and end at the intersection of Coleman and Magnolia Street

On Feb. 18, crews will begin work at 157 Pine Grove Road and end at the intersection of Magnolia Street and Mimosa Blvd.

On Feb. 19, crews will begin work at 97 Pratt Street and will end at 889 Mimosa Blvd. All work is expected to be finished on this day.

County staff are coordinating all work activities with the Georgia Department of Transportation and the city of Roswell to minimize impact in the affected areas.


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