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Detour and Closure Changes on Ward Road from County Line Road to 163rd Street

Intersection of SW County Line Road and SW Ward Road is Now Open; Intersection of SW Raintree Parkway and Ward Road is Set to Close on Monday, June 24

Detour and Closure Changes on Ward Road from County Line Road to 163rd Street

Detour and closure changes are expected as construction continues along Ward Road from County Line Road to 163rd Street.
 

  • The intersection of SW County Line Road and SW Ward Road is now open, and the detour route for Ward Road is Gore Road, Prairie Lane, and County Line Road.
     
  • The intersection of SW Raintree Parkway and Ward Road is set to close on Monday, June 24, weather permitting, and will remain closed until Sept. 2019. Residents along SW Raintree Parkway will not be able to use Ward Road and will need to use an alternate route which is SW Raintree Parkway to SW Raintree Drive. The detour route for Ward Road will remain Gore Road, Prairie Lane, and County Line Road.
  • *UPDATE* Road work is expected along SW County Line Road between SW Prairie Lane and SW Ward Road on June 21, 22 & 24, weather permitting. This road work is unrelated to the Ward Road project but may cause delays along the detour route.

 

 

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