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Commerce Alley construction project kick-off
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The city of Camden is kicking off its Commerce Alley parking lot and alleyway construction project between DeKalb and Rutledge streets this week.

Improvements will include streetscape enhancement, landscaping, new lighting, increased parking spaces and new pavement. The project should last approximately 90 days and is intended to be completed prior to the Thanksgiving holiday.

For the duration of the project, a temporary parking lot with lighting has been created at the corner of Church and Rutledge streets. This will not impact the operation of the Farmers Market. The city encourages patrons to use the Broad Street entrance for businesses located along Commerce Alley.

Throughout the project, various portions of the construction zone will be closed down during different stages of the construction. Please be aware of barricades and signage located throughout the project area.

Updates on the construction project can be found at the city of Camden’s website,

(This information provided by the city of Camden.)