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.


READ | Slaughter of circus monkeys a dark spot in North Fulton ‘history’

READ | Hey, new parents: Learn how to install car seats in North Fulton

READ | N. Fulton city considering $4M upgrade of firefighting vehicles


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.


Like North Fulton County News Now on Facebook | Follow on Twitter


MORE LOCAL NEWS...


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Local

Former Lithonia Police Chief attempted to resign same day he was fired
Former Lithonia Police Chief attempted to resign same day he was fired

The Lithonia city council fired its police chief the same day he tried to hand in his resignation papers, Channel 2 Action News reported. Documents obtained by Channel 2 included accusations from officers that former Chief Roosevelt Smith violated city policy, retaliated against officers, created a hostile-toxic work environment and promoted people...
WATCH: Bodycam video shows Marietta officer saving baby’s life
WATCH: Bodycam video shows Marietta officer saving baby’s life

A Marietta officer saved the life of a 2-month-old infant, and the entire thing was caught on bodycam video, Channel 2 Action News reported. Nick St. Onge, a five year police veteran, performed infant CPR on the baby who wasn’t breathing and appeared lifeless, Channel 2 reported. The video shows St. Onge quickly and calmly performing CPR on the...
Fulton drug dealer sentenced to life in prison for killing 21-year-old mother 
Fulton drug dealer sentenced to life in prison for killing 21-year-old mother 

A Fulton County drug dealer was sentenced to life in prison plus 10 years Thursday for murdering a 21-year-old mother. Larry Reese, 39, had previously been arrested eight times in South Fulton County with three of the arrests stemming from illegal drug activity, according to a news release. Claynesia Ringer traveled to Reese’s home to purchase...
Acworth man allegedly breaks into 7 cars, runs from cops before being tased
Acworth man allegedly breaks into 7 cars, runs from cops before being tased

An Acworth man allegedly broke into nearly a dozen cars at an auto repair shop and ran from police before being arrested, authorities said. Acworth police arrested Justin Copson for over a dozen charges, including obstruction, Channel 2 Action News reported. Copson allegedly broke into at least seven cars at Clay Auto Report in Marietta on Friday...
Milton police ID suspect who allegedly took upskirt photos of woman at Walmart
Milton police ID suspect who allegedly took upskirt photos of woman at Walmart

Police are searching for a man who allegedly took pictures up a woman’s skirt at a north Fulton Walmart. Milton police have issued an arrest warrant for James Barron, Channel 2 Action News reported. He’s charged with surreptitious recording of intimate parts, which is a felony. Police told Channel 2 a North Georgia detective recognized...
More Stories