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We are looking for feedback on Celebrate Erie 2018, and are asking you to please take a few minutes to complete the survey here
The survey should take you no longer than 10 minutes to complete. Please be assured that your answers will be treated confidentiality. After you have submitted this survey, you will be entered into a cash drawing. We will be selecting THREE winners to win $200 each. Winners will be drawn on August 31st and notified via email.
The Erie County maintenance schedule for the week of August 13th, 2018 is:
For more information about this maintenance schedule please contact the Erie County Maintenance Office at (814) 871-4411.
The Erie County maintenance schedule for the week of August 6th, 2018 is:
Plans for the Bayfront Connector (Route 290) and Buffalo Road Ramp Improvement Project in the City of Erie are available to view on the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) website, here.
The post includes copies of the boards shared with the public during a plans display on July 31 at the McKinley Elementary School in the city’s East Side neighborhood. The comment form for the project is also available online through August 10 here
The project is focused on improving mobility and safety at the intersection. Plans include realigning the Bayfront Connector ramp onto Buffalo Street as a two-way street. Pedestrian safety improvements will be made on the Bayfront Connector, Buffalo Street, and Pennsylvania Avenue. The city-owned bike trail will also be realigned as part of the project.
The work is expected to be completed during the 2019 construction season.