There are several road repairs on the go within Drumheller and they're all said to be on schedule.

The Town of Drumheller has been busy repairing multiple roads as work crews have been digging towards meeting construction deadlines.

"Everything is on schedule. There is no extra work that has been planned," explained Drumheller CAO Darryl Drohomerski.

"The main focus for the town work was doing another phase of Hunts Crescent. We are doing an overlay on 2 Ave West; which is an asphalt overlay."

The town began improvements to these areas as early as the beginning of spring and Drohomerski believes that everything is on track and moving well.

"The big overlay on Highway 9 North, North of the Gordon Taylor Bridge to 838," informed Drohomerski. "They are progressing with concrete (on the) curb and gutter on that right now. Doing some of the median work."

The CAO also goes on to comment that the town is also working on patchwork issues here and there around the town. These repairs include sidewalk repairs and/or replacements as well as pothole repairs. Drohomerski says that construction on these areas could potentially start after the August long weekend.

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Sidewalk replacement on Hunts Crescent

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