The final delivery of the modular building units for the Parksville supportive housing projects will be delivered at 222 Corfield Street on May 17. - File photo

Final delivery of building units for 222 Corfield set to arrive

Vehicles should expect intermittent, single-lane alternating traffic on May 17

The City of Parksville has been advised by BC Housing that the final delivery of modular building units for the supportive housing project will be moved onto the site at 222 Corfield Street South on Friday, May 17.

During this final phase, vehicles should expect single lane alternating traffic on May 17 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

RELATED: Modular buildings delivered to 222 Corfield in Parksville

Similar to delivery of the other modular units, vehicles travelling in the 200 block of Corfield Street South, between Jensen Avenue East and Stanford Avenue will be affected. For this final move of units, the north bound lane on Corfield Street will be closed in front of the project from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

One lane alternating traffic will be maintained past the site. For short durations of about 15 minutes, both lanes may be closed while trucks bringing in the units maneuver into position.

RELATED: Legal proceedings continue in 222 Corfield case, no new court dates set

Emergency vehicles will be given priority access. For pedestrian safety, the southeast sidewalk will be closed; however, the west sidewalk will be open to allow pedestrian/foot traffic. It is advisable to choose an alternate route and avoid the 200 block Corfield Street South if possible.

NEWS staff, submitted

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