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Public safety and well-being is of the utmost importance. The Engineering Department is coordinating closely with the US Postal Service, Waste Management, Police and Fire/EMS. Residents are encouraged to contact the U.S. Postal Service if they experience any delays in mail. Emergency Response services (Police, Fire, and EMS) will always be able to access your residence or business. Likewise, Waste Removal services will continue during road and utility work.
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Residents can expect to see utility work beginning in fall and winter of 2017-18. Paving work will begin in spring and summer, 2018.
You can monitor progress on the Project Activity Tracker. Or sign up to receive alerts.
Complete road closures are very rare. In most cases, traffic will be reduced to one lane rather than complete closure. Whenever construction moves into a new area, the City will issue an alert. These alerts will contain alternative route suggestions.
Please contact Jose Ortiz, Engineering Services Director, or Matt Carr, City Engineer.