Street Construction News

Lane Closures – Bahnson Street and 12th Street and 11th Street between Sneve and Bahnson

Beginning on Tuesday June 22, 2021, sanitary sewer lining work will begin in the area of South Bahnson Avenue and West 12th Street and 11th Street between Sneve Avenue and Bahnson Avenue. Traffic will be reduced to one single lane for bypass piping. 

At the intersection of Bahnson Avenue and 11th Street, traffic will also be reduced to one lane with traffic alternating through the intersection.  Through the peak traffic hours, flagging will be provided to expedite flow through the intersection.

This work is anticipated to be complete within five working days.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

Lane Closures - Minnesota Avenue

Beginning on Monday, June 28, 2021, South Minnesota Avenue from 57th Street to St. Andrews Drive will be reduced to one lane in each direction to allow construction crews to begin work on street and utility improvements. 

Work will include replacing the water main, traffic signal installation at Ralph Rogers Road, street lights, and new street surfacing including a center turn lane.

This project is anticipated to be complete by mid-November.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and will want to consider alternate routes.

Street Closure – Sherman Avenue from Fourth Street to Fifth Street

Beginning on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, North Sherman Avenue will be closed from Fourth Street to Fifth Street for the Highland Addition Improvements. Residents along Sherman Avenue will need to park their vehicles along side streets.

Underground utility improvements will include sanitary sewer, storm sewer and watermain.  Surfacing improvements will include new curb and gutter, asphalt surfacing and sidewalk ADA ramps.

This phase of the project is expected to be complete in eight weeks.

Drivers are urged to use caution and reduce their speed while travelling near the construction area and may want to consider alternate routes.

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