The city of Williams Lake will host an open house on Wednesday Aug. 28 for the public to preview plans for proposed upgrades to the Johnson Street and 10th Avenue road network, associated with the Highway 97 four-laning project.
“The proposed changes would result in traffic patterns that are different than what was presented at the open house on June 26,” MOT communications manager Kate Trotter confirmed in an e-mail.
After an open house was held June 26 on the proposed upgrade configuration, the ministry received feedback from the public and the city to re-look at some of the city-side street connections at Toop and Johnson streets, Trotter said.
There will be an opportunity for the public to review the proposed plans and provide input at the open house. Both city and ministry staff will be available to provide information and answer questions.
The open house will run from 4 to 7:30 p.m. in council chambers at city hall. For more information, please contact Jeff Bernardy at 250-392-1767.