Marilyn Horne Way will be closed Saturday and Monday for a repaving project.
Drivers will be able to use the milled street on Sunday.
The repaving is part of a $5.7 million renovation of Marilyn Horne Hall (formerly the Seneca Building) on Marilyn Horne Way that included the creation of the Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center and a ground-floor café, additional landscaped parking, façade restoration and upgraded heating, ventilation and air conditioning throughout the six-story building.
The Bradford construction company Carl E. Swanson and Sons is serving as general contractor for the project.
The renovation was made possible in part through a $3 million grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program.