Main Street scene

Work continues on Main Street in Waterbury, but will take a break from Friday to next Wednesday.

Residents and business owners in Waterbury are getting a brief respite from construction. To mark Labor Day, construction work will stop at noon Friday and not resume until Wednesday.

Work on Main Street between Stowe Street and Park Row is expected to begin at 6 a.m. and continue past 7 p.m. on Thursday. Sewer work will start just south of Prohibition Pig and continue southwest to the Main Street Fire Station. Customers of Northfield Savings Bank and Vermont State Employee Credit Union might have to use the parking lot on Elm Street.

Between Park Row and Demeritt Place, work on water lines may result in loss of pressure or service, so keep some extra water on hand.

Loomis Hill Road

Paving is expected to begin some time after Labor Day, with work expected to take three days.

Route 100

Expect lane closures and alternating one-way traffic as workers continue to pave side roads in the area of Ben & Jerry’s in Waterbury Center, as well as paint lines on the recently paved stretch of Route 100. Work will be performed from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. through Friday.

Questions: contact Barb Farr at 888-3810, 244-4300 or To sign up for regular updates, visit

Show us you enjoyed this content by becoming a newspaper subscriber.

We use a Facebook Comments Plugin for commenting. No personal harassment, abuse or hate speech is permitted. Comments should be 1000 characters or fewer. We moderate every comment. Please go to our Terms of Use/Privacy Policy "Posting Rules and Interactivity" for more information.