Lac La Biche County is hosting drop-in information sessions about the Main Street Revitalization project in March and April.
The Revitalization Project covers Main Street Lac La Biche from 100 Street to 103 Street which includes replacing underground utility lines and beautifying Main Street like benches, landscape beds, new trees, updated street lighting, specialized signage, and stamped pavement, are intended to support businesses along Main Street, creating an attractive atmosphere for residents and tourists.
The underground utility lines will modernize aging infrastructure, and serve nearby business owners and residents for many years to come. The construction is planned for May and will last multiple years for around $25 million project.
The construction is expected to cause disruptions along Main Street over the next three years with the County ensuring all the stores and amenities will still be accessible. The project will see the removal of all existing surface material, resulting in phased road closures and detours throughout the project area.
The County is hosting drop-in information sessions in the Community Hall at the Bold Center on March 29th from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM and on April 26th from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Anyone looking to sign up can call Elisa Stamatakis at 780-860-8513 or email her at [email protected] or visit the website here to RSVP.