Utility work to impact city streets
Construction crews are working on several utility and roadway improvements in Glenwood Springs that will result in traffic impacts, according to a city news release.
Today, the intersection at Pitkin Avenue and Ninth Street is closed for a water line installation related to the Glenwood Springs Elementary School construction project. A detour will be in place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, and intermittent detours and delays should be expected at that location through July 31.
Also, starting Tuesday through July 31 there will be a full closure of Donegan Road east of Sunny Acres Drive and west of Highlands Drive for utility installations associated with the Oasis Creek Apartments project. The depths and locations of utilities require a full closure to the public, according to city officials. The detour route will be via Soccer Field Road.
Other upcoming closures and traffic controls this month will include:
July 17 — Rolling one-lane closures with alternating traffic of South Midland Avenue between 27th Street and Four Mile Road for geotechnical investigation associated with the South Midland design project. Expect delays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
July 17-25 — Rolling one-lane closures of Donegan and Devereux roads for chip seal and fog sealing maintenance operations ahead of the Grand Avenue Bridge closure. Expect delays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
July 24-29 — Painting operations on Blake Avenue, Pitkin Avenue, Donegan Road and Devereux Road. Parking may be limited on Blake and Pitkin. Expect delays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Specific dates and information will be available on the city’s website, at cogs.us, before July 24.
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