31st Street and 37th Avenue Reconstruction Project

Funded by
Gas Tax, Infrastructure Levy
Project State

The City of Vernon will be reconstructing portions of 31st Street and 37th Avenue as part of our ongoing commitment to making our City Centre a better place to live, work, and play. This project will include rebuilding the road and replacing aging water, storm, and sewer pipes, as well as new sidewalks and street lighting.

The roadway and pipes in this area are reaching the end of their expected life. Without replacement, it will be more costly to maintain them and they could eventually fail, requiring costly emergency repairs. Work on 37th Avenue will take place from 27th Street to 30th Street. Work on 31st Street will take place from 35th Avenue to 39th Avenue. Reconstruction of 36th Avenue, 37th Avenue, and 38th Avenue between 31st Street and 32nd Street is also planned,and will be contingent upon available funding.

Vernon’s annual capital works program includes a variety of important maintenance projects needed to keep our roads, parks, pipes, and buildings in good shape. This project will result in new road and infrastructure that will serve the community well into the future.

Construction is planned to take place between May and December and will last approximately five months. During this time there may be traffic disruptions. Local residents and businesses will be kept informed by City representatives.

Company Contact

Curtis Hodges, P.Eng
Monaghan Engineering and Consulting Ltd.
3710B – 28th Street
Vernon, BC V1T 9X2

Email: curtish@meacl.ca

250-503-1023 Phone
250-503-1024 Fax

City Contact(s)

Trevor Scott, P.Eng.
Infrastructure Engineer
Community Services Building, 3001 – 32 Avenue, Vernon, BC, V1T 2L8
Office: 250.550.3579 | Fax 250.545.5309 | www.vernon.ca 
Email: tscott@vernon.ca