How are the Fire and Police Departments Ensuring Safety During the Construction?

The police department will operate as normal during the bridge construction project. Patrol officers are trained from the start of their careers to be aware of hinderances to response routes and to be prepared with alternative courses to respond efficiently and safely to calls. The police department has operational plans in place for those times of full closure on N. Main Street. In addition, the police department will be monitoring the work zone and the surrounding areas to address traffic and safety concerns as they arise.

The Fire Department administration has and will continue to work with the Great Lakes Construction project manager, construction manager and safety coordinator in formulating emergency operational plans for the overall safety of the residents, businesses, visitors and all involved with the bridge construction. These emergency operational plans with be implemented, reviewed and updated on a continual basis throughout the entire project.

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1. What’s Happening to the Bridge on North Main Street?
2. Why is the Construction Necessary? Why Now?
3. Who’s Doing the Work?
4. When Will Work Begin/How Long Will it Last?
5. How Will Traffic be Affected?
6. Will There be Any Changes to Access to Parking?
7. How Will Merchants be Affected?
8. How are the Fire and Police Departments Ensuring Safety During the Construction?
9. What Impact Might the Construction Have on Events Scheduled During the Construction?