UPDATE as of February 28:
Motorists traveling along Tronson Road may experience minor delays over the next couple weeks, as crews continue working on drainage improvements in the 7500-block of Tronson Road (near Kennedy Lane).
Construction on the drainage improvement project will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekdays, between March 1 and March 15, weather dependent. During construction, single-lane alternating traffic will be in place intermittently for the safety of the public and workers. Those who travel through this area should be prepared for possible delays.
The City thanks everyone in advance for their patience and for following all traffic control measures that are in place to keep yourselves and workers safe.
UPDATE as of February 2:
Motorists traveling along Tronson Road may experience minor delays as crews continue working on drainage improvements in the 7900-block, between Kennedy Lane and Beachcomber Bay Road.
Single-lane alternating traffic will be in place Friday, February 3 and Monday, February 6. There will be no construction during the weekend.
Thank you for following all traffic control measures that are in place to keep yourself and the workers safe.
The City of Vernon would like to advise motorists traveling along Tronson Road that crews will be continuing work on drainage improvements this week.
Starting as early as Thursday morning, January 26, crews will be working in the 7900 block of Tronson Road, west of Kennedy Lane. Single lane, alternating traffic will be maintained. The work is expected to be completed by the weekend.
Temporary cold mix asphalt will be used to patch Tronson Road where the work is required until the asphalt plant opens in the spring and permanent asphalt can be placed.
The project is part of drainage improvements at three separate areas along Tronson Road. The work will require the regrading of existing asphalt in the area, new storm mains, ditching and outlets. The project for all three crossings is expected to be complete some time in April.
Some travel delays should be expected for motorists in the area; however, every effort will be made to minimize disruptions. Please remember to watch for construction workers, slow down in work zones, and follow all traffic control measures.
The City appreciates everyone’s patience while this project is being completed.
More information about the project, and an interactive map, are available at this link on the City’s website.
The work areas are indicated in orange in the map below.