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Intersection of W. Front St and N. Hill St

HRP Construction will close the intersection of W. Front St and N. Hill St beginning on Wednesday, April 7th for utility modifications. Weather permitting, this closure is expected to be in place through Wednesday, April 21st.

Niles Ave between Mishawaka Ave and Homewood Ave

C&E Excavating will close Niles Ave between Mishawaka Ave and Homewood Ave beginning at 7AM on Monday, April 5th for utility and road reconstruction. Access for residents within the closure area will be maintained for the entire duration of this process. Detour signs will be in place to direct traffic to N. Byrkit Ave via Mishawaka Ave and Lincolnway East. Weather permitting, this closure is expected to be in place through early November.

N. Cedar St between Mishawaka Ave and Edgewater Dr

HRP Construction will close N. Cedar St between Mishawaka Ave and Edgewater Dr beginning at 7AM on Monday, April 5th for utility and road reconstruction. Detour signs will be in place to direct traffic to N. Main St via Mishawaka Ave and Lincolnway East. Access for all residents within the closure area will be maintained for the entire duration of this process. Weather permitting, this closure is expected to be in place through early November.

Division St Railroad Crossing South of Jefferson Blvd

Canadian National Railroad has advised that the Division St railroad crossing just south of Jefferson Boulevard will be closed to all traffic beginning at 7AM on Monday, April 5th for repairs and resurfacing. Detour signs will be in place to direct traffic to N. Main St via Jefferson Blvd and Broadway St. Weather permitting, this closure is expected to be in place through Friday, April 16th.

Traffic Signal at Main St and First St

The City of Mishawaka Engineering Department will be turning the traffic signal at Main St and First St in to four-way red flash beginning Wednesday, March 3rd to finalize the intersection’s traffic study. It is anticipated that this intersection no longer warrants a traffic signal, and will be converted back to an all-way stop.

If you have any comments or questions related to this, please contact our office at (574) 258-1619.