Baldwin Street reopened to traffic around 11 a.m. today after an area of approximately 20-by-20 feet was repaved.
A hole in the pavement discovered on Thursday grew to a sinkhole that led to the closing of Baldwin Street between Prospect Street and Glenwood Avenue on Friday.
While the affected portion of Baldwin Street is once again open to vehicles, additional repairs will be required, according to Public Works Director Nathan Zieziula.
“We do have some work to do,” Zieziula said.
Repairs to the ruptured sanitary sewer line that caused the sinkhole were completed Saturday. However, problems with the nearby stormwater culvert and a 30-inch stormwater pipe that feeds into the culvert must still be addressed, Zieziula said.