These are the activities our construction crews will work on over the next two weeks*:
- Landscaping is now occurring as crews work up the roadway and finish installing curb, gutter, and pedestrian access ramps.
- Roundabout construction activities will begin next week, as early as July 29.
- Crews will also extract an aging storm drain pipe at the 1100 East intersection and begin excavating near the northeast and northwest corners of this intersection.
- Crews will then shift traffic flow onto the north side of 900 South, along the new section of concrete pavement, just west of 1100 East, so they can begin excavating and paving activities along the south side of the street.
- Upgrades to the storm drain system between 1000 East and 1100 East will continue over the next two weeks.
- Crews will continue to replace curb, gutter, and sidewalks as needed, between 1200 East and 1300 East. This activity will be be conducted at the same, as the removal of the old pavement continues in preparation for concrete paving east of 1200 East.
- The project is currently 25% complete.
*Schedule is subject to change due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.
Work is expected Monday through Saturdays from approximately 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Safety is our Priority
- We will barricade disturbed areas while crews are not working to help maintain a safe work zone.
- Please keep children from playing on or around the equipment and materials stored on site.
- Parking is restricted within the work zone.
If anyone in your household has a disability and needs help accessing or moving around the work zone, please request help from our on-site personnel.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN MAKING THIS A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT.
Avoid tickets while parked on a public street by following these guidelines:
- Park no more than 12 inches away from the curb
- Park on the right side of the road in relation to the direction you are driving.
- Parking against the direction of traffic is prohibited.
- Double parking on a public street constitutes a safety violation and is prohibited.
- A vehicle, trailer, motor-home, or boat cannot be parked on the same spot for more than 48 hours.
- To be compliant, please make sure that you move your vehicle to another legal parking spot at least once every 48 hours.
- The required clearance between a driveway or fire hydrant and your parked car is 5 feet in both directions, measured along the curb, not from their actual location on the park strip.
- The minimum clearance between a mailbox and your parked car is 10 feet during mail service hours (Mon-Sat 7:00 am – 6:00 pm).
Vehicles parked in areas that require parking permits must have a permit hanging visibly on the rear-view mirror. If you have not received one of these permits, contact Salt Lake City Parking Enforcement at 801-535-6628 or go to
for more information.