The road is located in the Stone Mountain area.
Photo: AJC file
Photo: AJC file

Starting today, DeKalb road closing for 4 weeks for repairs

A DeKalb County road will be closed to through-traffic for four weeks so crews can make repairs to storm drainage infrastructure. 

Starting Monday morning, drivers will not be able to go down Roadhaven Drive between Greer Circle and Lewis Road, the county said in a statement.

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The storm drainage repairs are set to continue until 9 p.m. on Friday, June 7.

This map shows where the road closure will take place. (Photo: DeKalb County)

The DeKalb County Watershed Department is located on Roadhaven Drive, which is in the Stone Mountain area, south of U.S. 78 and north of East Ponce de Leon Avenue. Road closure and detour signs will be posted in the area.

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