WHAT WE DO:
Roads & Bridges goal is to maintain the roads, bridges, and pedestrian facilities owned by Anderson County in an effective and efficient manner with the safety of our citizens as our top priority.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS:
**THIS PROJECT IS TEMPORARILY ON HOLD - WILL ANNOUNCE THE NEW START DATE ONCE CONFIRMED**
The County’s Roads and Bridges Department will close a portion of Shiloh Church Road near Highway 17 in the Wren community on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 to replace the west bridge near Shiloh Creek Subdivision. The roadway will be closed between Highway 17 and Cane Hill Drive C-01-0307 for approximately one year. The new bridge is scheduled to be open to traffic by April 4, 2018.
The existing road and bridge near Highway 17 is too narrow for the volume of trucks using the road. The new bridge will be a 30 feet long precast concrete hallow-cored slab, 33-feet wide with concrete parapets on each side. Approximately 1,000 feet of roadway near intersection of Highway 17 will be reconstructed. Estimated construction cost of $240,000 funded through the County’s general fund with Roads and Bridges providing labor and equipment.
The posted detour will follow Highway 17 north to Hurricane Creek Road
Anderson County Roads and Bridges Department will closing Ballard Road (C-6-41) for repairs to x-line. The closure is between Highway 29 North and Stoneybrook Road, and will remain closed until repairs are complete. The completion date has not be determined at this point, and will be provided as that date nears.
Anderson County Roads and Bridges Department is closing a portion of Singer Rd. C-09-0277 to install a crossline pipe. This road is located behind the TTI Company on Pearman Dairy Rd. Road will be closed to through traffic until further notice.
Roads and Bridges Department will be closing Lollis Rd (C-14-11) for replacement of x-line pipe. The closure is between Mize Rd and Sherard Rd. The closure is for September 11, 2017 and will be open by November 9, 2017. See below for detour.
If further information is needed, please contact Mark McConnell.