Friday, July 18, 2014

Prepare for delays - Vermack / Womack Road storm water repairs.

Construction Area

As I mentioned in an earlier post, we knew this was coming and following this repair Vermack will be a priority for repaving. 
The City of Dunwoody is replacing damaged and deteriorating storm water structures on Vermack Road near the intersection of Vermack Road and Womack Road. This project will increase the capacity of the lines, replace damaged infrastructure, and help alleviate flooding effecting the roadway and local homeowners.

The project is expected to take four weeks and the city anticipates completion of the project prior August 11. Both lanes of traffic will be maintained on Vermack Road to the best extent possible. There may be limited times the road will be decreased to one lane of travel. Any closures will be limited.

These dates and times are subject to change dependent on weather conditions. We appreciate your patience while the city completes this critical infrastructure improvement.

If you have any questions about this project please email the Public Works Department at or call 678-382-6850.


Rose Gorham said...

And the missing sidewalks will be completed shortly after I presume? Because these sidewalks are near schools they should be given priority! This city touts itself as giving pedestrians priority. It will be interesting to see if they put their money where their mouth is!!!!!

Positively Dunwoody said...

Thanks for the information and thank you to the city for planning around the first day of school. It disheartens me read a post containing information and instead of just saying thank you, a poster has to blast somebody about something. They're fixing something that needs to be fixed. Thank you.