Paradise Street will be closed from Aug. 6 to Aug 16. (Screenshot/Google Maps)

Street closure in Esquimalt set for Aug. 6 to 16

Paradise Street will be shut down between Head and Lyall streets

Traffic will be diverted around a small Esquimalt street from Aug. 6 to Aug 16.

Paradise Street, located between Head and Lyall streets will be shut down while Township crews replace a failed storm drain.

Surrounding streets will be open as usual, and Paradise Street will only be open for local traffic.

For more information, you can visit esquimalt.ca.

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