Bangor, Maine: Beginning Monday, August 28, 2017, Park Street will be limited to one-way travel in the direction of downtown. Access to Park Street will be from Center Street only; Park Street will not be accessible from Exchange or State Streets. Click here to view a map showing the detour route.
The partial closure of Park Street is necessary to perform repairs to the Park Street hill retaining wall located behind City Hall. The team of Sargent Corporation, CES and Geostabilization International will be performing the repairs, which are likely to take about twelve weeks. Motorists are urged to drive safely within the work zone and observe all signage.
Businesses along Park Street will remain open throughout the project. On street parking will continue to be available along Park Street.
Access to Bangor City Hall by the handicapped entrance will remain available throughout the project. Handicapped and mobility challenged parking will be available in the upper lot immediately adjacent to city hall. Click here to view a map showing parking options at Bangor City Hall.
City staff will provide updates throughout the project via the City’s website, facebook and twitter accounts and government access channel. The public can receive traffic alerts by subscribing to the City’s email notification services via: http://www.bangormaine.gov/subscribe.
We appreciate the public’s cooperation and patience as crews work to make these critical infrastructure repairs. Any questions or concerns regarding this project should be directed to John Theriault, City Engineer at 992-4249 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Bangor, Maine is a service center community of 33,039 residents and is the county seat of Penobscot County. Bangor is the major commercial and cultural center for much of northern and eastern Maine. The City is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. For information on City projects and news, see www.bangormaine.gov.