Street Construction News

Street Closure – 34th Street North

Beginning Friday morning, September 17, 2021, East 34th Street North will be closed to through traffic between North St Paul Avenue and North Fiero Place.

Friessen Construction will be working on utilities and is expected to be completed in one week.

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

South Minnesota Avenue Construction

Beginning on Friday, September 17, 2021, traffic along Minnesota Avenue from 57th Street to St Andrews Drive will be switched over to the newly constructed concrete in the southbound lanes to allow construction crews to begin work on the next phase of street and utility improvements.

Work will include replacing the water main, traffic signal installation, street lights, and new street surfacing.

The project is set to be completed 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 –38th Street

Beginning on Friday morning, September 17, 2021, East 38th Street will be closed to through traffic between South First Avenue and South Second Avenue.

Beck & Hofer will be setting concrete panels for the Instruction Planning Center for the Sioux Falls School District. The plan is to have the road open for school traffic, if work allows. The work is expected to be completed Monday, September 20, 2021.

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 – Second Avenue

Beginning on Monday morning, September 20, 2021, South Second Avenue will be closed to through traffic between East 12th Street and East 13th Street. A detour will be established using Third Avenue.

Runge Enterprises will be installing new utilities and the work is anticipated to be completed in approximately ten days with favorable conditions.

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

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