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Partial closure of Leonard and Main

April 26-May24
Post Date:April 26, 2019
The south side of the Leonard and Main streets intersection will close Monday, April 29, as part of the Main & Mill Corridor streetscape construction project. Weather permitting, the south side of the intersection will remain closed through Friday, May 24.

During this construction, access to the Main Street Village townhomes by Leonard Street will be closed. Townhome residents will be able to use Henrietta Street and Kealy Avenue for access.

The $8.5 million Main & Mill Corridor project includes paving, drainage, landscape, and signalization improvements on Main Street, Mill Street, and the Charles Street intersections at Main and Church. The project will reinvent this portion of Old Town as a pedestrian-friendly area through the use of wider sidewalks, dedicated bike lanes, nearly 100 additional on-street parking spaces, ornamental street lighting, enhanced landscaping, and four commissioned art benches.

For history and details of the Main & Mill Corridor project, please visit the Major Projects page on the city website at