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Temporary Traffic & Parking Provisions For 000-Block of 9th Street


September 12, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Brandon, MB – The City of Brandon wishes to update the public that a temporary parking configuration has been implemented within the 000-Block of 9th Street to allow access to businesses and properties currently impacted by the block’s ongoing closure to vehicle traffic. The closure was enacted late last month for public safety reasons due to numerous concerns with the integrity of the façade of the privately-owned structure located at 20 – 9th Street.

As of Friday, September 8th, the southerly portion of 9th Street has been re-oriented as a two-way street to allow for eastbound traffic on Rosser Avenue to safely enter and exit the TD Canada Trust parking lot. Three one-hour free parking stalls have also been configured near the corner of 9th Street and Rosser Avenue to accommodate patrons of the impacted businesses and properties on the east side of 9th Street. Angled and parallel parking is also available to the north of the closure along 9th Street at Pacific Avenue. However, vehicles entering 9th Street via Pacific Avenue will be required to use the back lane to exit to Rosser Avenue.

The City of Brandon reminds all residents and businesses of available parking options within close walking distance of the affected area:

• Free and metered on-street parking on Pacific Avenue

• Metered parking on portions of 9th Street not affected by the closure

• Metered parking on Rosser Avenue

• Metered parking on 10th Street

• The Town Centre

The City of Brandon continues to work with residents and business owners affected by this closure to address any issues of safety, parking and access. The City of Brandon wishes to stress that the roadway remains closed for the safety of residents, businesses and pedestrians and asks for patience and cooperation during this process.

 


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