Community & Environment

Traffic control to allow for Casey’s Garden/Seddon Rd tree pruning

A section of Hamilton’s Seddon Rd will be under traffic control this Wednesday 28 November while Hamilton City Council’s arborists prune trees in Casey’s Garden, just north of Seddon Park.

The job, starting at 9am, is expected to be completed by 3pm, and traffic management will be lifted once the work is concluded.

The project requires the use of the arborist team’s elevating platform vehicle (or cherry-picker). To ensure staff and public safety a section of the adjacent Seddon Rd footpath and southbound traffic lane will be closed.

There will be no left turn from the roundabout on to Seddon Rd for the duration of the job.

The footpath adjacent to the work site will also be unavailable. Angle vehicle parks on the eastern/Seddon Park side of the road will be unavailable from the night of 27 November.

The Council apologises for any inconvenience while this work is undertaken.

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