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Surface Seal Work Set to Begin on SE 2nd Street

Update: The contractor working on SE 2nd Street had an equipment failure earlier today, Tuesday, Nov. 1, and stopped work; however, work is tentatively expected to take place again from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. tomorrow, Wed., Nov. 2. In order to complete surface sealing along SE 2nd Street at intersections, there will be short-term closures of Jefferson, Market, SE Main, Douglas and Green crossing SE 2nd Street. Eastbound and westbound traffic will be maintained along SE 2nd Street; however, traffic will not be able access the side streets from SE 2nd Street while intersection surface sealing is being completed.

Re-striping of SE 2nd Street is expected to take place under traffic next week, weather permitting.

The most recent schedule for surface seal indicates work could begin on SE 2nd Street between Route 291 and SW Jefferson Street on Thurs., Oct. 27, or Fri., Oct. 28, depending on weather. This work is expected to take 3-5 days which means it will likely continue into the following week.

Surface sealing will take place under traffic, and access will be maintained for business and property owners at all times; however, delays are expected.

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Full Closure of Section of NE Rice Road on Wed., Feb. 14

Full Closure of Section of NE Rice Road on Wed., Feb. 14

Full Closure of Section of NE Rice Road on Wed., Feb. 14
As an update to the stormwater work along NE Rice Road, there will be a full closure of both the northbound and southbound sections of NE Rice Road between 301 NE Rice Rd and 401 NE Rice Rd from approximately 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 14. Detour routes remain NE Langsford Road, M291 Hwy, and NE Columbus Street.  
Daily Closures of Section of SE Third Street Set to Begin Wed., Feb. 14

Daily Closures of Section of SE Third Street Set to Begin Wed., Feb. 14

Daily Closures of Section of SE Third Street Set to Begin Wed., Feb. 14

A section of SE Third Street between SE Douglas and SE Green streets as well as nearby alleys are set to close from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily beginning Wed., Feb. 14. The closures will start on the south side and then switch to the north side and will last for approximately one month. The closures will affect traffic, parking and alley access on the side of the street in which the contractor is working.

 

 

Closures of SW Hollywood Dr. & SW Summitcrest Dr. Set for Mon., Feb. 5

Closures of SW Hollywood Dr. & SW Summitcrest Dr. Set for Mon., Feb. 5

Closures of SW Hollywood Dr. & SW Summitcrest Dr. Set for Mon., Feb. 5

SW Hollywood Drive north of M150 Hwy and SW Summitcrest Drive between SW Hollywood Drive and SW Market Street are set to close on Monday, Feb. 5, for approximately one week. Detour routes include SW Kenbrige Xing, SW Market Street, and SW Cheddington Drive. The closures are for utility work associated with development activity. Work is weather permitting and subject to change.

 

Section of Northbound NE Rice Road Set to Close Wed., Jan. 31

Section of Northbound NE Rice Road Set to Close Wed., Jan. 31

Section of Northbound NE Rice Road Set to Close Wed., Jan. 31
A section of northbound NE Rice Road is set to close on Wed., Jan. 31, for approximately two months. The contractor anticipates intermittent daily closures. The closure will be next to the retention pond and is necessary for stormwater pipe repair. The detour route is NE Langsford Road, M291 Hwy, and NE Columbus Street. A southbound closure and detour will be necessary at a later date. Work is weather permitting and schedules are subject to change.  
City Crews Completed Snow Operations Today, Mon., Jan. 22

City Crews Completed Snow Operations Today, Mon., Jan. 22

The City’s crews completed snow operations early afternoon today, Mon., Jan. 22, after pavement temperatures rose above freezing and pavements were mostly wet. Temperatures are expected to remain above freezing for the rest of the week, and any remaining snow and ice pack should continue melting.

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