Major street repairs set to begin
Last updated 8/31/2022 at Noon
Beginning Thursday, September 1, Knife River will begin mobilization for a two-week period of street repairs to take place in Sisters, while the summer weather prevails. All the projects, except for Main Avenue, will begin at 7 a.m., with streets open again to traffic at approximately 6 p.m. Main Avenue work will be done at night. Actual projects will begin September 6, the day after Labor Day.
September 6-8: The first project, consisting of grinding and asphalt overlay, is scheduled for the east end of town, on South Rope Street from East Cascade Avenue to East Timber Pine Drive and South Creekside Drive.
September 6-9: The grinding and asphalt paving on all of Main Avenue from North Pine Street to North Locust Street will occur at night, so please use alternate routes those evenings and be sure no vehicles are parked along Main Avenue.
September 12-15: South Pine Meadow Street up to West Jefferson Avenue and West Jefferson Avenue east to South Pine Street will have grinding and asphalt overlay work done during the day.
September 14-16: Grinding and prep work will be done September 14-15 with asphalt overlay applied on Friday, September 16 on South Birch Street from West St. Helens Avenue to West Hope Avenue.
Residents in those areas are asked to park in private driveways or, if needed, on adjacent side streets so the affected streets will be clear of vehicles. Homeowners and residents should look for posted directional signs during this time period. The City asks residents to notify everyone in their household, and expected guests, of the scheduled street repair work.