COLUMBUS, GA: Pedestrians using the Columbus Riverwalk will have to take a slight detour for the next eight weeks as the city of Columbus has announced an upcoming project that will start on Tuesday and close a small segment of the popular riverfront park for the next eight weeks.
According to information released from the City of Columbus the Chattahoochee Riverwalk will be temporarily closed beginning on February 5, 2019 and remain closed for approximately eight weeks as crews work to relocate a storm sewer pipe.
The closure on the Riverwalk will impact areas between 12th Street and 14th Street. This is the area between the River Club and the 14th Street Pedestrian Bridge near Mott’s Greenspace and the TSYS Uptown campus. The work zone is near the area of the Eagle and Phenix Mills and The Rapids development presently under construction.
The city of Columbus has announced that proper signage and detours are being put into place for pedestrians in the area to help guide them around the work zone.