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Posted on: October 18, 2022

Nottingham Lake Level Lowering

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Nottingham Lake Level Lowering


Town of Avon Staff has begun lowering the lake level in Harry A. Nottingham Park in preparation for a shoreline maintenance project. The water surface elevation will be lowered approximately five feet to facilitate the addition of rock slope protection to repair lake edge erosion in the area east of the existing fishing pier. 
Work is scheduled to begin the week of October 24 and will be completed in three to five days. The Project is being constructed by Ewing Trucking & Construction LLC on behalf of the Town. Please contact Jim Horsley, Project Engineer, at or 970-748-4134 with questions regarding this work.

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