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Sewer line replacement at Sycamore Shoals State Park

Elizabethton Water Resources is preparing for an upcoming sewer line replacement project at Sycamore Shoals State Park. The work will begin Tuesday, Sept. 29, and will continue until the project is complete. Construction will require closure of the west entrance to the park but will not affect the main entrance adjacent Sycamore Shoals Hospital. Visitors are asked to promote safety by observing all signage and following restrictions around the worksite.
The project will also require temporary road closures at Dixon Street and Parkway Blvd., between West G St., and Elk Ave. Traffic will be detoured at these locations. We appreciate your patience as we continue to improve our sewer system. If there are any questions, please call our office at 423-547-6300.

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