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County of Brant provided residents with an update on the construction on Grand River Street North in Paris on Tuesday, December 19, 2023.

Construction on Grand River Street North in Paris has been underway since the summer of 2023. The work taking place includes the replacement of watermain and sanitary sewers from 100 metres south of Trillium Way to Hartley Avenue.

This is the first phase of a multi-year project for upgrades to Grand River Street North as recommended through the Grand River Street North Corridor Environmental Study Report and the Paris Master Servicing Plan.

Grand River Street North is now open to traffic in both directions from Silver Street to Scott Avenue.

  • In the new year, beginning approximately January 8, 2024, Grand River Street North will be closed in both directions from Scott Avenue to Woodslee Avenue. A detour route will be posted from Woodslee Avenue to Lee Avenue to Scott Avenue to access Grand River Street North to Pinehurst Road and vice versa. 
  • It is anticipated that this phase of work (referred to as Phase 1A) will be completed by the end of February 2024.
  • Following completion of Phase 1A, Phase 1B will commence. Phase 1B is the closure of Pinehurst Road and Grand River Street North in both directions from Hartley Avenue to Scott Avenue. A detour route will be shared closer to the construction start date. It is anticipated that Phase 1B will be completed by the end of March 2024.

“We remind the public that businesses remain open during construction. If you can please show your support and shop local.

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we make important improvements to our municipal infrastructure.”

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