Three construction phases will take place at the Alfond Youth and Community Center, on North Street, in Waterville. The project began June 28 and projected to be completed by October 4.
Renovations include new parking lot entry, traffic flow change, angled parking spaces, new walkways, curb-less and slanted front entry and landscaping.
The changes will include safety and ease of traffic flow, drop offs and pick ups, pull-in/out parking/departures. There will be new walkways to increase pedestrian safety, and curb removal and slanted entry to facility will increase accessibility.
The landscaping will be updated and temporary signage will be displayed to direct traffic during each phase, please stay alert and follow all signage.
The staff asks you to be patient as they continue to improve every area of service to this community.
Dates are estimated and subject to change.
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