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Project Overview: 

Starting in October 2021, work began to upgrade the 3000 East corridor. Improvements will include intersection expansions, widening roads, adding curb, gutter and sidewalk and improving Active Transportation.  The six-phase plan is estimated to take up to two years to complete. 


Current Schedule: January 19 - February 1  


Upcoming Access Closures


Work is progressing well on the 3000 East Improvements from 1580 South to 2000 South. In the next week, the new pipe installation will reach Blue Quartz Drive. Access to Blue Quartz Drive will be closed from 3000 East. Detours will be marked. This closure will continue through the duration of the project as the utilities are upgraded, 3000 East is widened, and the new Active Transportation Trail is created.


As the project progresses, the pipe installation will reach Blue Heron Drive, and the access to 3000 East will need to be closed to make these improvements. Detours will be marked for this closure, and it will remain closed until all improvements are finished.


Traffic patterns will stay the same on 3000 East with the speed limit reduced to 30 mph. 


Obey the posted speed limit and follow all traffic control. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes when appropriate. 


Thank you for your patience. Recent Inclement weather has been impacting construction activities, and as such the schedule may be subject to change.


This phase of the project is anticipated to be completed in Summer 2023. 


Phase 1 - Completed

Phase 2 - Completed

Phase 3 - Completed 

Phase 4 - December 2022 to Summer 2023

Phase 5 - Begin mid- 2023 


Phase 6 - Begin late 2023


*Schedule is subject to change due to funding, weather, supply chain disruptions and other unforeseen circumstances.


Speed Limit Reduction: The speed limit through the construction zone has been reduced to 30 MPH. The lower speed is necessary for motorists traveling through the new and changing traffic control and for the safety of crews working in the area.

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