Mulberry Street Two-Way Conversion Update

Please be advised that contractors for the City of Lancaster will be closing Mulberry Street (Vine Street to James Street) and restricting all parking on Tuesday, November 1 from approximately 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, as the roadway is re-striped to accommodate two-way traffic. All traffic north of King Street will become two-way. Traffic south of King Street will remain one-way.

Flaggers will be present at all intersections to assist with cross-traffic or specific resident accommodations when possible. If you need assistance, please discuss your needs with a uniformed flagger nearest to your location. Traffic will be slowly introduced onto the two-way street under the guidance of flaggers and signal personnel upon completion of striping and associated work.

Residents and motorists are advised to pay special attention to all new signals and signage, and be alert for motorists that are potentially unfamiliar with the two-way conversion.

Residents will notice “No Parking” signage posted from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm throughout the remainder of the week past 11/1/16. These signs will be removed when the roadway is re-opened, and residents will be allowed to park on the street. These signs must be posted for extra days, to allow for a potential rain delays or other unforeseen circumstances that would prevent a full conversion and opening on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. The City and its contractors will work every consecutive day possible until the roadway is fully opened in its new configuration.

If during this conversion process you have any questions, please contact the Engineering Bureau at (717) 291-4764 or seek assistance from one of the many workers that will be present during this time.