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Lake Harbour Drive/Spillway Road Resurfacing Project Announced

The City of Ridgeland announced the Lake Harbour Drive/Spillway Road Resurfacing Project at a public event in Ridgeland on April 26. The roadway will be resurfaced from Northpark Drive to Breakers Lane and traffic signals will be upgraded. A start date for the project will be announced in coming months.

Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee said, “Lake Harbour Drive is one of the critical transportation corridors through Ridgeland, utilized by citizens who shop, live and do business off this roadway, and by those traveling into Madison County from Rankin County. Resurfacing Lake Harbour Drive will ensure smooth travel for motorists on this heavily traveled portion for many years. Maintaining our roads for their best condition is and continues to be a top priority in Ridgeland.”

Lake Harbour Drive in front of Fratesi’s Restaurant, 910 Lake Harbour Drive

The project is valued at $2,140,000. Federal funds for the project in the amount of $1,712,000 will be appropriated through the Mississippi Department of Transportation. The City of Ridgeland will provide $428,000 for the project.

Lake Harbour Drive consists of five lanes from Northpark Drive to Old Canton Road. The roadway becomes four lanes with landscaped medians and turnouts between Old Canton Road and Harbor Drive. Lake Harbour Drive’s name changes to Spillway Road at the intersection with Harbor Drive. Striped medians replace landscaped medians between Harbor Drive and Breakers Lane. At signaled intersections, in-pavement vehicle detection systems will be replaced with camera vehicle detection equipment. The length of roadway to be resurfaced is 1.3 miles.

For more information about the project, contact the Public Works Department at 601-853-2027.

News Release- Lake Harbour Drive Resurfacing