Updates for Projects
Road Closures due to construction
Road Closed Wednesday (June 19th) from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Bluff Road (just north of Antelope) for an asphalt patch. This was from a sewer lateral repair that a resident had hired a contractor to complete.
3000 S. Bluff Road (near the county Canal at 1500 West) Storm drain installation is in process, which will handle all storm drain and land drain from the Kara Subdivision (to the north along 1550 West) as well as a few storm inlets along Bluff Road between 2955 South and the county canal. It is anticipated that this project will be complete by mid-June.
Limited vehicle entry in construction zone areas
Canterbury Subdivision (1300 S to 1500 S, north of Walmart) New asphalt is scheduled beginning June 7th and 8th for roto-milling and June 10th and 11th with asphalt overlay. Concrete collars will happen the following week.
4500 West (SR110) - UDOT is currently in the process of a mill and overlay along 4500 West.
Villa Vista Subdivision: 1250 West (1700 S to 1575 S) and 1625 South (1300 W to 1150 W) Construction will include a complete asphalt replacement and replacement of all city utilities: storm drain, sewer, culinary, and secondary water. It will also replace all ramps and some parts of failed gutters. Construction began June 3 and will continue through the end of August, while school is out of session.
2175 South (2000 W to Bluff Road and including a short section of 2200 South) The road has been milled. Utility work is beginning and will continue through the summer.
Additional construction happening, with minimal or no traffic disruption
500 West (2000 S to 2150 S) Curb and gutter is installed and asphalt has been placed. Sprinkler system is getting installed for the planter areas along the parkstrip.
555 West 2525 South - The garage door at the house is getting relocated to the north side. Foundation is done, framing is underway, and electrical work is happening.
Bennett Legacy Subdivision and a portion of Silver Lakes: 800 West (3050 S to 3300 S) and 3050 South (800 W to 1000 W) Storm drain work is nearly complete. Concrete work is beginning with ramps and gutters.
Weekly email updates are available by contacting Public Works Administrative Professional.
Trees provide shade and appeal, but require proper maintenance to remain healthy. In order to protect trees that extend over the sidewalks and roadways from being damaged by vehicles and pedestrians, trees must be pruned to allow a clearance of seven feet over a sidewalk and eleven feet over a street.