Road closures: 17th Street South for storm drain work; Fox Farm detour
The City of Great Falls has contracted with Central Excavation for the installation of a storm drain line along 17th Street South between 4th Avenue South and 5th Avenue South and along 5th Avenue South from 17th Street South to 18th Street South.
The contractor will install the storm drain between June 5 and July 13.
During these six weeks, 17th Street South will be closed between 4th Avenue South and 5th Avenue South, and 5th Avenue South will be closed between 17th Street South and 18th Street South. The contractor will provide barricades and detour signs in the area of construction for traffic routing.
Access for local traffic will be available during the construction.
For more information about the 17th Street South and 5th Avenue South road closures, contact Courtney Lyerly, Civil Engineer, at 771-1258.
A traffic detour near the intersection of Fox Farm Road and County Club Boulevard/10th Avenue South begins June 8.
The closure is for work at the Sleep Inn and Mainstay Hotel and is expected to last for about a week.
Motorists using the northbound lanes of Fox Farm Road near the intersection should plan extra time for short delays. Access to local businesses will be maintained.
For more information regarding the detour, contact the United Materials at 453-7692 or the city engineers office at 771-1258.
The City of Great Falls contracted with United Materials of Great Falls to install sidewalk and curb ramps at the intersection of 17th Avenue Northwest and 2nd Street Northwest.
The contractor will be working in this area between June 11-July 3. During a portion of the construction period, 17th Avenue Northwest will be constricted to one lane or closed to through traffic at this location.
The entrance to the CMR faculty parking lot will be closed to traffic not related to construction at this time as well.
Local access will be provided during construction. The contractor will provide barricades and closure signs in the area of construction to re-route traffic.
For more information about the closure, contact Mikaela Schultz, civil engineer, at 406-771-1258.