Clarendon Street Water Main Works

October 31, 2018| Epworth News /

If you plan on heading into Epworth Freemasons, our car park at 320 Victoria Parade is still open.

From late October through to December 2018, construction of the M41 Merri Creek to MCG Water Main Renewal Project will commence on Clarendon Street, East Melbourne.

M41 Map

Northbound lanes of Clarendon Street will be closed in sections for these works. Please note that Clarendon Street will not be entirely closed to traffic during the works.

There will be no on-street parking and no vehicle access available within the work zone while the works are undertaken. These temporary changes may be in place for up to 10 weeks, weather permitting. Please follow the signage and direction of all traffic controllers and allow extra travel time.

There will be local traffic management and detours in place during working hours, which will be during the day between 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday and Saturday between 7am to 1pm.

You can find out more about M41 Water Main Renewal Project here.



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