Current & Upcoming Construction Projects
Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project
Beginning Monday, October 19, contractors will be working on a portion of Clay Street.
Because of this work, Clay Street will be closed during the day from Carlisle Springs Road to Hamilton Elementary School. The road will be accessible to residents, school buses, mail, and trash collection. The road will reopen every night.
E.K. Services, the Borough's contractor for a portion of the 2020 Sanitary Sewer System Rehabilitation Program, will be working on the areas highlighted on this map.
The work will involve temporary on-street parking restrictions, short-term traffic obstructions, or short-term detours to complete the work. Unless you are notified otherwise by the Borough, this work will not disrupt your sanitary sewer service. It is not necessary for you to limit water use during the project.
This work will generally be performed during normal business hours. The contractor are responsible for posting parking restriction signs and notices withing the construction area at least 24 hours prior to any parking disruption and at least 72 hours prior to disrupting access to any driveway.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Randy Clark, our construction inspector, at 717-240-6936.
The TIGER Project, part of the Borough’s Carlisle Connectivity Project, includes improvements to Fairground Avenue north of the railroad tracks and B Street from Fairground Avenue west to North College Street. Rogele, Inc., the Borough’s contractor for the project, began pre-construction inspections shortly before the COVID-19 shutdown. They plan to begin fieldwork, weather permitting, on Monday, June 15. The first activity planned is the installation of new water mains starting at the intersection of West Street and B Street. Rogele plans to work Monday through Friday from 7:00 am until 3:30 pm. They will close each section of the street they work on during this time and reopen the street by evening. “No Parking” signs will be posted before the start of construction. More information can be found here.
High & Orange Street Intersection
On Thursday, July 23, weather permitting, crews will install the mast arms and signal heads at the intersection of High and Orange. This work will have a significant impact on traffic at this intersection throughout the day.
Traffic Signal improvements at the High and Orange Street Intersection are scheduled to restart following Covid-19 related delays and is expected to be completed in early summer. The project replaces the traffic signals at this intersection to address vehicle detection obstruction issues caused by the railroad overpass. A left-turn lane has been added to the northbound approach in order to improve traffic flow.
Page Last Updated October 15, 2020