Litchfield Road underpass project update – lane restrictions September 3rd and 4th

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Litchfield Road pedestrian underpass project update – Traffic signal installation to cause lane restrictions

New traffic signals are scheduled to be installed at the intersection of Litchfield Road and Wigwam Boulevard in September as part of the Litchfield Road pedestrian underpass project.

The signal installation takes place after Labor Day weekend on September 3rd and 4th and will require restrictions on northbound Litchfield Road to safely complete the work.

The schedule is:

•Tuesday, Sept. 3 – Northbound Litchfield Road narrowed to one lane at Wigwam Blvd. from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Also, northbound Litchfield Road will be CLOSED for a short period of time during the day for mast arm installation over the roadway.

•Wednesday, Sept. 4 – There will be no traffic signals at the intersection of Litchfield Road and Wigwam Blvd. from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. while the new signals are being wired and installation is being completed. Officers will be on duty to guide traffic through the intersection.

Construction of the underpass, which started in January 2013, is expected to be open to the public in late September.

Storm Damage throughout the Village at Litchfield Park

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Litchfield Park Residents:

As you know, the storm that went through Litchfield Park the evening of Monday, August 26th caused considerable damage to the City, the Wigwam Resort and neighboring communities.  We had another storm hit last night, August 28th, causing additional damage throughout the City, including the Village at Litchfield Park.  City landscaping crews continue to work hard to clear City streets and parks of unsafe situations.  LandCare, our HOA contracted landscape company, has also been hard at work cleaning up HOA maintained parcels.  The cleanup is ongoing and will take several days.

To assist residents with the cleanup of your personal property, the Litchfield Park City crews will be providing curbside green waste removal beginning Friday August 30th through Wednesday, September 4th.  Please gather your green waste (small branches, limbs, and small tree trunks) and place them on the curb as soon as you can this week.

No large stumps, building materials or anything other than tree limbs and green waste from the storms will be picked up.  The City will not access personal property to remove tree trunks or oversized limbs.

Another intense storm is in the forecast for this afternoon or early evening, August 29th, so the collection efforts may be extended even further.

Allepo Park Canopy Damage

NEW Village at Litchfield Park HOA Website!

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The Village at Litchfield Park has just launched a new and improved HOA website!  You can view it at www.thevillageatlitchfieldpark.com The site utilizes the newest Word Press design platform and with the help of Word Press gurus at Studio Press, we are using the Genesis Framework and Executive Child Theme to provide a modern, up to date user experience.

You can easily find important HOA information such as HOA Meeting Schedules, Community Documents, New Resident Information, Helpful Links Page, a FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions Page and much more.  The site is linked to our Village at Litchfield Park Facebook Page so feel free to visit our Facebook page, like us and start sharing and keeping up to date on community events.

If you have any feedback on the new website, suggestions for new HOA content or have questions about The Village at Litchfield park Community, please feel free to Contact Us.