Road Paving History
For resident reference, please see below document for a map of past road paving projects and their dates.
Penn-DOT – Castle Shannon Boulevard Work and Closure
A contractor will start work on the PennDOT bridge crossing Saw Mill Run Creek at Castle Shannon Blvd and Poplar Ave next week. The work, which requires closing the eastbound traffic lane on Castle Shannon Blvd, will last for 2 months.
Eastbound traffic will be diverted to the westbound lanes at Castle Shannon Blvd and Poplar Ave, and all traffic on Castle Shannon Blvd will be one way eastbound between Poplar Ave and Library Rd (Route 88) Traffic from Library Rd southbound intending to turn on right to Castle Shannon Blvd will be detoured to Connor Rd, Washington Rd, Mt Lebanon Blvd and to Castle Shannon Blvd.
Traffic from Library Rd northbound intending to turn left onto Castle Shannon Blvd will be detoured to Saw Mill Run Blvd (Rte 51) to West Liberty Ave to Mt Lebanon Blvd to Castle Shannon Blvd.
Please exercise patience and avoid the area if possible.
PennDOT CSB Roadwork – Detour and Work Area Maps
PA American Water – Willow Avenue Closures beginning July 31st, 2023
PA American Water Co. will be restoring the street and sidewalks on lower Willow, from Castle Shannon Boulevard to the PRT tracks next to McMinn’s. Work will begin Monday, July 31, and take approximately 2 weeks. More information can be found here: PA American Water Co – Willow Avenue Closure July-August
Columbia Gas Cross Bore Safety Program
Columbia Gas and their contractor, Hydromax, will be completing work for the Cross Bore Safety Program throughout Castle Shannon in the coming weeks. For a full list of roadways that will be impacted, please see the attached document. There will be minimal road closures, and all local traffic will still be allowed through. Columbia Cross Bore street list
PAWC Construction Starting Monday, February 6th
Beginning Monday, February 6th affecting Kerry Hill Drive and Glen Shannon Drive to Waterford Drive. PAWC will be replacing service lines in the area that may affect customers on the streets mentioned above. For more information on the project please go to Pennsylvaniaamwater.com and select Alert Notifications, or call 1.800.565.7292
Streetscape Improvement Project