TROY, N.Y. – Troy Mayor Wm. Patrick Madden and the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) announced that, as part of a plan to safely repair leaking underground water infrastructure, at least two lanes will be closing on Hoosick Street from 15th Street to Burdett Avenue on Saturday, November 18.
The lane closures will be in effect from 5AM until 5PM, or until repairs are completed, whichever is sooner. While it is not currently anticipated that there will be a need to do so, the City of Troy may close additional lanes of traffic — up to all four lanes of Hoosick Street between 15th Street to Burdett Avenue — based on the repair needs of the project.
The Troy Police Department will be on-site to facilitate the safe passage of vehicles near the work zone. Motorists and commuters should plan alternate routes of travel if possible and mind any posted parking restrictions.
No boil water advisory has been issued at this time, and the City of Troy does not anticipate any interruption of water service to the community. If sputtering occurs in your home's faucets, run your water until flow has returned to normal.
Neighbors who would like to learn more about this repair should contact the Department of Public Utilities at (518) 237-0343. Connect with Troy’s Department of Public Utilities online at troyny.gov/publicutilities.