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Remington Street Tree Pruning Project Planned November 26-30

Released on Monday, November 19, 2018
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A street tree pruning project is scheduled to take place the week of November 26 on Remington Street between Lake Street and Mulberry Street. The Remington Street tree pruning project will occur daily from November 26 through November 30 (weather permitting). The project will begin on Lake Street continuing north until completion on Mulberry Street. All trees between the curb and sidewalk (right-of-way) will be affected during this pruning project. Crews are expected to be working between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Full road closures are scheduled on Remington Street during project work hours. During this project, Remington Street will be closed in 2 block daily intervals (two blocks per day) throughout the week. The first closure will occur November 26 on Remington Street between Lake Street and Pitkin Street and move north 2 blocks per day until completion on Mulberry Street. Residents and pedestrians in the affected areas will have residence access via the sidewalk with flagger assistance. Detours will be made available as daily closures occur on Remington Street.

Remington Street Closure Schedule

Monday, November 26th

  • Lake Street to Pitkin Street
  • Pitkin Street to Edwards Street

Tuesday, November 27th

  • Edwards Street to Garfield Street
  • Garfield Street to Elizabeth Street

Wednesday, November 28th

  • Elizabeth Street to Locust Street
  • Locust Street to Plum Street

Thursday, November 29th

  • Plum Street to Laurel Street
  • Laurel Street to Myrtle Street

Friday, November 30th

  • Laurel Street to Myrtle Street
  • Myrtle Street to Mulberry Street

This tree pruning project will be managed by The City of Fort Collins Forestry Division, Davey Tree Expert Company and SavATree Tree Service company. Please allow crews to work safely during this tree pruning project. Please pay attention to traffic control and detours in the area as crews work to complete this project. Thank you for your cooperation.