• Engineering & Traffic Division

Paul DeVries, P.E.
City Engineer

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Construction Projects

PIM Street Closure - Johnson St & Hickory St

The Department of Public Works would like to inform the motoring public of the temporary closure of Johnson St. at the intersection with Hickory St., effective at 12:01 AM on Monday, August 3 for pavement repairs.

The work will be taking place in the east crosswalk and sidewalk areas of the intersection. Hickory St. will remain open at all times for north/south traffic and turns to the west will be permitted. Johnson St. will be open from the west up to the Hickory intersection, where a turn to the north or to the south will be required.

Traffic on Johnson St., Highway 23, will be detoured using Main St., Scott St. and Peters Ave.

We anticipate that the street will be closed through the following weekend, opening by Monday August 10.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this closure will cause, and we appreciate your patience.

Weekly Construction Update

The City of Fond du Lac is providing a weekly update on construction projects located within the corporate boundary. Motorists are advised to use caution and remain alert when driving though any work zone. Drivers are also encouraged to visit the City of Fond du Lac web site at https://www.fdl.wi.gov and view a map of the 2015 construction projects which may aid drivers in planning an alternate route.

The complete Weekly Construction Update can be viewed by selecting the below link.


Construction Projects
The Engineering Division oversees several construction projects that occur within the City of Fond du Lac every year.  The Engineering Division is responsible for designing, plan preparation, specifications, bidding, and the inspection of the storm, sanitary sewer, and water systems, street improvements, bridge maintenance, sidewalk reconstruction, and other miscellaneous public works projects.
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