As part of the improvement project, preliminary field work has started on D Avenue.
On Wednesday, December 7 through Friday, December 16, there will be a few half-day road closures on D Avenue, between State Street and 10th Street. These temporary road closures will occur one block at a time, while crews install groundwater monitors, collect soil samples and conduct exploratory digging. Residents located within the closure area will receive a door hanger before the closure begins.
Half-day closures are scheduled to occur between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the following days:
- Wednesday, December 7
- Thursday, December 8
- Friday, December 9
- Friday, December 16
Local access will be maintained at all times for residents and businesses located within the closure. All deliveries, garbage collection and mail services will be maintained. Please watch for signage or flaggers.
For more information, please contact the project team.
Beginning in November, surveyors and crews will begin preliminary field work, collecting information in the D Avenue area. Neighbors in the FAN neighborhood may see crews taking photos, surveying the area for elevation and locations of underground utilities, mapping and assessing the health of trees, installing groundwater monitors, and gathering other information to inform the design work and future construction. Crews will not be out the week of Thanksgiving.
You may notice the following:
- A few half day road closures will occur on D Avenue one block at a time, while crews install groundwater monitors, collect soil samples and conduct exploratory digging; flaggers or signage will direct drivers around the block or assist local neighbors with access.
- Trees may be flagged during survey work. We will be looking at how to minimize any impact to trees and will have an arborist working with the team.
- Underground utilities will be marked with paint on the street, shoulder or in the grass in the public right-of-way. Marks will disappear overtime, but these are necessary to complete our survey for use in design and later construction.
- Wooden stakes with flags will be left at some places along the project area. These may indicate public right-of-way, property lines, drainage issues or other considerations. Please don’t remove the stakes.
If you have any questions, please contact the project team.