ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — West College is now open after work in the area was extended over the weekend.


West College Street, from Main Street to the railroad tracks, is now open to the public.

The City of Enterprise would like to remind citizens that barricades in the area are there for safety and asks that no one remove them.


A part of West College Street in downtown Enterprise will remain closed throughout the weekend.

West College Street, from Main Street to the railroad tracks, will remain closed by barricades from Saturday, January 28 through Sunday, January 29.

The closure is necessary to allow the contractor enough time to clean up the surrounding area.

Pedestrians are reminded to use sidewalks and to only cross Main Street at designated crosswalks. Businesses in the downtown area will remain open.

“Safety of our residents and visitors to downtown Enterprise is our top priority. The barricades are put in place to keep people a safe distance from the construction site and should not be moved or crossed.”

Enterprise Fire Chief Christopher Davis

West College street closed on January 9 as crews started to demolish buildings that were damaged by a fire in October. West College Street is expected to reopen Monday, January 30.