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More Improvements for 37th Avenue

Jessica Fisher, Public Information Assistant


Monday, April 3, 2017 at 3:15 p.m.
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Last construction season crews completed Phase I of the 37th Avenue rehabilitation project. This phase spanned 37th Avenue from Custer Street to Freya Street.

Phase I project improvements included;

  • Installation of a key water main
  • Replacement of an old water main
  • Replacement of a failing stormwater system
  • Full removal and replacement of street pavement
  • Fill in bike lanes
  • Adding pocket parking
  • Paving of Cuba Street between 36th and 37th Avenues
  • New curbs
  • Swales
  • Sidewalks

Phase II of construction will bring many of the same improvements to the rest of 37th Avenue. This project will help improve the safety around both Ferris High School and Adams Elementary.

Preliminary work for Phase II of the 37th Avenue rehabilitation project has already started. Since Saturday, the intersection of 37th Avenue and Regal Street has been closed as crews lay a 36” water transmission main and 12” water distribution main. This closure will last till approximately Sunday, April 9.

Today, crews closed the intersection of 37th Avenue and Freya Street. Work on this intersection will last till approximately Friday, May 5. Following this work the intersection will reopen and a full closure will occur on 37th Avenue between Freya Street and Regal Street.

When driving in this area please use the detours in place!

Tags

  • 37th Avenue
  • Adams Elementary
  • Construction
  • Ferris High School
  • Freya Street
  • Ray Street
  • Regal Street
  • Spokane Streets
  • water

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