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PUBLIC NOTICE: Breynant Road Closure

Posted on Monday August 28, 2023

August 28, 2023

PUBLIC NOTICE: Breynant Road Closure

Traffic Flow Plan for School Drop off/Pick-up

Due to ongoing construction, Breynat Road will not be re-opened by the first day of school. The Town of Inuvik, RCMP, and East Three Schools have developed an access and traffic flow plan to ensure the safety of students and pedestrians. Please see the attached map with traffic flow diagrams and ensure that you have ample time to drop students off as there could potentially be delays due to higher-than-normal traffic volumes and congestion.

The TOI Municipal Enforcement Division and RCMP members will be positioned at key entrances and intersections to give guidance, control the flow of traffic, and provide education to both drivers and pedestrians. It is important to note that traffic must flow in one direction as indicated to ensure safety and efficient movement. Make sure that students are dropped off in designated zones as marked on the map. There is a designated Bus Zone located by the parking “Island” near the entrance to the Elementary School. Cars and other passenger vehicles must not enter this area while buses are present, as students will be entering and exiting the buses in this area. This parking area will not be accessible during this time to ensure the safety of students. It is critical that students do not walk on Breynat Road as there is ongoing construction activity. The TOI has cleared a walkway indicated on the map that will allow students to directly access the school from Gwich’in Road via the woods: signs and traffic cones will indicate the entrance to the pathway.

We appriciate your patience and understanding during this time. The safety of students is our primary concern, and we hope everyone has a safe and fun start to the school year.


Director of Protective Services 

Brian Larman, Fire Chief