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Town Closes E. Juniper Avenue For a Month

The Town of Wake Forest will close E. Juniper Avenue in just outside Downtown Wake Forest for a month while crews realign the street to create a new intersection. Fred Smith Company, the contractor building the Traditions development off E. Juniper, will have crews working on the street in phases while the road is closed […]

City of Raleigh Beginning Sewer Rehab Project in Wake Forest

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City of Raleigh Beginning Sewer Rehab Project in Wake Forest

The City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (CRPUD) has begun a sanitary sewer system rehabilitation project in Wake Forest. The initiative will rehabilitate existing sewer lines and manholes in various areas around town. T.A. Loving Company was awarded the contract for the project which is expected to be completed in the fall. CRPUD officials say […]

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Road Construction to Resume With Spring Season

Wake Forest’s road rehabilitation and resurfacing project resumes this week after being postponed for several months due to cold temperatures and seasonal conditions. The initiative includes full depth patching, roadway repairs, and repaving. Over the next several weeks, Barnhill Contracting Company will perform work on the following streets: Berwick Court Drogheda Place Haywicke Place Carmel […]

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Bridge Repair on Purnell Road

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The N.C. Department of Transportation has closed a portion of Purnell Road while crews repair the Horse Creek Bridge. The bridge is located approximately one-half mile west of US 1 between Deer Path and Jackson Road.

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N. White Street Closed on Friday

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The Town of Wake Forest will close the southbound lane of North White Street, from East Perry Avenue to East Juniper Avenue, on Friday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. while crews patch asphalt around several manholes. The northbound lane will remain open and flaggers will be onsite directing traffic through the construction […]

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Capital Blvd Corridor Study Open House

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Want to learn more about the possible plans for the future of Capital Boulevard? This would be a good event to visit.

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The Town is Closing Elm Avenue on Monday

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The Town of Wake Forest will close a portion of Elm Avenue, between the railroad tracks and South Main Street/US 1A, on Monday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The road will be closed to through traffic while crews install a storm drain pipe. Detour signs and flaggers will direct traffic around the […]

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Railroad Crossings Are Open; Merchants Shout for Joy

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The merchants in Downtown Wake Forest rejoiced on Thursday when the last of the railroad crossings reopened Thursday after nearly a week of being closed by freight rail company CSX for an overhaul. Each crossing was gutted, stabilized, and repaved, including two busy crossings at Elm Avenue and E. Holding Street that connect the downtown […]

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Jones Dairy Road Update

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Update:  Jones Dairy Road was officially re-opened at approximately 12:50 p.m. on Friday, July 22, 2011 Per the Town of Wake Forest: An official with the NCDOT says Jones Dairy Road is expected to re-open in late June/early July. Additional updates will be provided as they become available. DWF StaffThe staff at Destination Wake Forest is […]

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TRAFFIC ALERT – North Allen Road

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We just received word from the Town of Wake Forest that work is scheduled to be done on a section of North Allen road this coming Monday:

A portion of North Allen Road, from East Juniper Avenue to East Perry Avenue, will be closed Monday, April 11, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. while work crews remove and replace the existing storm drain.

Signed detours will be in place, but motorists and pedestrians are encouraged to avoid the area and utilize an alternate route.

For more information, contact Public Works & Utilities Director Mike Barton at (919) 435-9571.

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