Demolition of old Viroqua City Hall postponed due to weather

VIROQUA, Wis. – Due to inclement weather, the building demolition project at 202 North Main Street (Old City Hall) at the corner of State Highway 14 (Main Street) and State Highway 56 (Decker Street) will be delayed. The first step of the project is to secure the site with fencing and barricades. This first step is now planned for Monday, April 8. The building demolition could start as early as Monday, depending on the completion of site preparation and is expected to take up to two weeks to complete, weather dependent.

City officials say to ensure the safety of pedestrians and vehicles, traffic patterns in the area will be altered. The sidewalks near the building will be closed and pedestrian traffic re-routed. Road lane closures will occur periodically depending on the areas of the building being demolished. The demolition site will be secured and closed to the public for the duration of the project.

We ask residents and visitors to minimize their presence in the demolition area. Plan for alternative routes, as able, to reduce traffic volumes.

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