The LFRSD is pleased to announce the completion of the Intersection Control Signage project. This project was ranked #2 on the current LFRSD, Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Priority list in an effort to address safety and liability concerns. All Intersection Control Signage throughout the district was evaluated and all locations have been updated. Please be aware that several new Intersection Control Signs have been added in the district and at some locations signs have changed from "Yield" to "Stop". In total, 23 Intersection control signs were installed throughout the district. County staff completed this project on October 31, 2017.
The County has established a roadway improvement project on Lake Front Road. VDOT will administer the project to improve the 0.14 mile long segment of roadway which begins at the intersection of Route 522 and ends at the intersection with Creek Road.
Winter weather can be extremely harsh on unpaved roadways within District. Pot holes and muddy conditions can appear almost overnight. Poor drainage conditions, constant freeze/thaw cycles, and the frequent plowing of snow during each storm adds to the problem.
The District has contracted with Racey Engineering to develop a road & drainage study on the community’s road system. Over the next several weeks, Racey will be investigating the current conditions and deficiencies of the existing road and drainage system.