Repairs outside Fire Station 91 in Fayetteville will cause partial closures in and near Johnson Avenue. Courtesy City of Fayetteville

Stormwater repair causes closures near Fayetteville station

Repairs to a collapsed stormwater pipe outside Fire Station 91 in Fayetteville will cause intermittent street closures through Sept. 28.

Horton Construction will be doing work on Johnson Avenue between Lee Street and Glynn Street, as well as in the station’s east side parking lot. The lot is expected to remain closed until the end of the day on Sept. 24. Repair work on Johnson Avenue in front of the fire station is scheduled to begin on Sept. 24 and be completed by Sept. 28. The pipe under the station’s concrete pad, which had deteriorated over time, has been replaced; a second section of adjacent pipe will be replaced next.

The fire station will remain open and fully functional during the construction.

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