Weekly meetings will be held with the contractor, engineering department, neighborhood liaisons and City communications manager. Date and project progress can be found here.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 Update
Trees along 14400 S. will be cut and trimmed on the south side of 14400 S. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The trees on the north side of 14400 S. on Thursday and Friday, March 22 and 23rd. If weather permits. Tree trimming may move into the week of the 26th.
Realignment of the lanes will begin on March 20th. Be aware of the new traffic pattern. There will be traffic control and flagging. An automatic signal will be installed on 14400 as boring under the road begins. The boring will be to add pipe for the canal to under the road.
Rocky Mountain power will moving the power lines in the next six weeks.
Contacts For The Project
Please contact your Resident Liaison with feedback and concerns.
Blain Parry 801-253-3909 OR Jack Asay 801-558-5567
You can email the engineering department if the weekly website update does not give you the information you are looking for at email@example.com. Please give the City feedback regarding the positive things you have noticed and the concerns.
Please watch the video above to see how easily a large trailer and fire truck moves through the traffic circle. This will be similar to the one being constructed.
This will improve the flow of traffic and create sidewalk facilities to provide a safe walking environment for students. 2200 W is being rehabilitated, meaning structurally repaired with the surface reconditioned and drainage improved so the road will be smoother and safer.
Where the construction will be. 14400 S from Redwood Road to 2200 West 2200 West from 13800 S to 15000 S
Timeline for the construction. Bid awarded in January Construction scheduled to begin March 2018. Construction will done in stages with an estimated one year completion.
The street will be dug up and then reconstructed with new road base and surface placed. Storm drains will be constructed/reconstructed to accommodate drainage requirements. Utility work will involve moving power poles, installing new water lines and water services.
There was an Open House on Thursday, January 4, 2018 6-8 PM at City Hall to discuss park strip landscaping options: rock, mulch, or grass (only supplied with owner provided irrigation)
There will be some disruption during construction including: traffic detours and/or delays, broken pavement and temporary water shut-offs. Construction may necessitate some resident owned fencing removal which will be considered for replacement in kind.