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Notification of Road Closure

Prairie Heights Middle School contractors will be closing the intersection of 37th St. and 65th Ave. on Monday, August 4, as part of the continuing off-site street improvements for the new Middle School.  The work will involve sewer and water main installations on 37th St. and water main placement on 65th Ave. South of the intersection.  Along with the utility enhancements, road improvements with lane additions and widening, and the installation of a traffic signal will be done.  This work is scheduled to be completed on October 15, 2014, and during construction activities only local traffic will be permitted in the work zones.
 
click HERE to download a map of the road closure
 

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