Ada County Highway District

News and Press Releases Thursday, February 16, 2017

Utility work and other construction to impact Ada County streets

Ada County - Starting as early as today, several utility projects will impact local Ada County roadways.

-    Irving Street between Curtis Road and Phillippi Street will have lane restrictions to allow crews access for underground cable work February 16-23.

-    The intersections of 10th Street and Bannock Street, and 11th Street and Bannock Street, will have lane restrictions with flagging for building construction February 20-March 6.

-    5th Street between Myrtle Street and Broad Street will have road and sidewalk closures for geothermal work February 21- March 12.

-    The intersection of Curtis Road and Cassia Street, as well as a portion of Curtis Road just south of Cassia Street, will have lane restrictions for overhead maintenance February 20-March 3.

-    Five Mile Road (southbound), just south of Executive Drive, will have lane restrictions for aerial utility work February 20-22.

-    Floating Feather Road, west of Park Lane, will have lane restrictions with flagging February 17 for power pole work.


-    Highlander Road between Cloverdale Road and Valley Street will be closed February 20-March 7 for storm drain work. No access will be allowed between Fruithill Place and Valley Street.

-    Main Street between 11th Street and 13th Street will have lane and pedestrian restrictions February 17 for window cleaning.

-    Maple Grove Road (northbound) from Candleston Lane to north of Barnes Street will have a lane restriction for utility work February 20-22.

-    Meridian Road will be closed between Cherry Lane and Ustick Road for storm drain pipe work February 18-27. There will be no access between Sedgewick Drive and Ustick Road.

-    Overland Road west of Maple Grove Road will have lane restrictions February 20-22 for overhead fiber work.

-    Park Lane from Floating Feather Road to Flint Drive will have lane restrictions with flagging on February 17 for power pole work.

Motorists can expect delays in these areas and are advised to plan alternate routes of travel whenever possible.

 

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