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Temporary Road Closure N Highland Avenue that began February 15, 2022 for Utility Construction To Be Extended

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(This is a revision to a Traffic Advisory issued on February 10, 2022)

A portion of N Highland Avenue between W Hillsborough Avenue and N Violet Street that closed at 9 am beginning on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 for utility construction as part of the Southeast Seminole Heights Flooding Relief Project has been extended.

N Highland Avenue between W Frierson Avenue and W Haya Street will close at 9 am on March 8, 2022 for the relocation of a sewer line across N Highland Avenue at W Crest Avenue.

N Highland Avenue between W Frierson Avenue and W Haya Street will be open to traffic by 4 pm on Friday, March 11, 2022, weather permitting.

The sidewalks in the work area will be closed during construction. Pedestrians will be detoured to other available sidewalks with signage.

The Southeast Seminole Heights Flooding Relief Project involves building a major stormwater conveyance system to improve drainage and reduce flooding of roadways, homes, and businesses and associated relocation of other utilities. For more information, and to sign up for alerts, go to www.SeminoleHeightsStormwater.com

The City of Tampa recommends that motorists use alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion.

A high resolution map with the City of Tampa’s suggested detour routes can be found embedded below.

Road Closure
CWS-21-0000637

For additional information, contact:
Albert Calloway, Chief Construction Engineer
City of Tampa Contract Administration / Construction Management
(813) 635-3400; albert.calloway@tampagov.net