State Street Reconstruction Project 2023 Information
BELOW IS AN APROXIMATE TIMELINE OF START DATES FOR THE RECONSTRUCION PROJECT TAKING PLACE ON STATE STREET BETWEEN 800 AND 300 SOUTH
April 19-27 Start:
Irrigation Line Installation, Install Water Services, Block Retaining Wall Installation
May 2-12 Start:
Install Air Release Station, Relocate Fire Hydrants, Shoulder Reconstruction & Widening, UTCB Roadway, Demo./ Install Concrete Sidewalk.
May 15-30 Start:
Install Concrete Curb and Gutter, Concrete Prep Sidewalk Driveway, Demo/ Install Concrete Driveway
June 2-20 Start
Pedestrian Ramp Installation, Patch Paving, Roadway Widening Paving, Chip Seal Application, Fence Relocation & Installation, Relocate Cluster Mailbox, Sign Installation
June 20-29 Start:
Relocate Valve Boxes & Manhole, Reconstruct Manhole & Boxes, Pavement Marking (1st application), Sod Installation
August 9 Start:
Pavement Marking (2nd application)
Please visit the Public Works page for available project updates.
Finishing services and storm drain on south side by Wed or Thursday. Beginning dig out for the road widening starting Monday on the south side. One lane of traffic will continue.
We will be starting storm drain on the north side approximately May 15th. Once we begin the storm drain on the north side this area will also be down to one lane of traffic. Flaggers will be in both areas.
4/25/23- Update for work being done this week:
Crews will continue working on the storm drain and services on the south side of state street this week. One lane of traffic will continue for this area. Crews have begun installing a retention wall and doing some fence work on the north end of the project. The north side work will have no impact to the traveling public at this time.
4/18/23- Currently crews are installing underground utilities on state street south of US 40 to 800 South. This work will continue throughout April and into May. The traveling public should expect short delays due to one lane of travel in this area. Safety is our greatest priority so please watch closely for flaggers and our crews working.