Montview Boulevard will be closed in both directions between Yosemite and Clinton streets this Saturday, from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., while girders are set for the bridge replacement of the Lower Westerly Creek Flood Control Improvement.
Alternate routes using E. 19th Avenue or Colfax Avenue are recommended.
The 2015 Street Overlay Program for the city of Aurora is underway. Visit the following links for schedule details:
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Xcel Energy improvement project to ongoing at Buckley Road and Alameda Parkway through October
Xcel Energy is slated to begin work on an improvement project at Buckley and Alameda. Crews will be replacing older underground electric cable and equipment that delivers energy to homes, schools and business in the community, says Tom Henley, Xcel Energy area manager. “This investment will improve reliability and help prevent future power outages,” added Henley. “Xcel Energy sincerely appreciates your cooperation and patience as we work to replace this electric cable and improve service to you.”
The project is expected to conclude in October, barring any inclement weather delays. Construction activities will include boring, excavation, and replacement of cable and equipment. The underground cables are located in arterial roads in that area, and work will take place on several streets including:
·The southbound lane of South Buckley Road (between East Kentucky Avenue and East Mississippi Avenue);
·The eastbound lane of East Alameda Parkway (between South Kalispell Way and South Memphis Way); and
·The westbound lane of East Alameda Parkway (between South Kalispell Way and South Joplin Way).
Sidewalk access may be closed intermittently in several locations:
·The west side of South Buckley Road (between East Kentucky Avenue and East Mississippi Avenue);
·The south side of East Alameda Parkway (between South Kalispell Way and South Memphis Way);
·And the north side of East Alameda Parkway (between South Kalispell Way and South Joplin Way).
Xcel Energy will provide roadway signage to alert drivers of temporary road or lane closures. Residents are encouraged to consider alternative routes in or out of the construction area during this time, so they may experience as little inconvenience as possible. Henley added that crews will take care to repair and/or replace any landscaping, concrete or asphalt disturbed during work to its pre-construction state. Given city ordinances that govern work hours on these types of construction projects, crews’ work hours will typically be 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.