Cranford Stormwater Improvement Work Begin This Week
Starting Friday, Sept. 25, stormwater crews will begin construction work to replace certain parts of stormwater infrastructure in the Cranford Neighborhood.
Most of the work will take place on 17th Street from 13th Avenue to 10th Avenue, with some additional work at the 18th Street and 12th Avenue intersection. Officials anticipate the work to finish by early November.
Although construction crews will maintain local access to all residences during the project, rolling closures moving west to east will shut down sections of 17th Street to through traffic. These closures will only stop east-west through traffic. Each closure will close roughly a block of 17th Street and last about two weeks. Construction crews will maintain two-way traffic on all north-south streets at all times.
On 17th Street, crews will replace a number of old inlets and some sections of storm lines, and construct two new manholes. At the 18th Street and 12th Avenue intersection, crews will replace an old, north-south box culvert with a new 8-inch wide concrete cross pan.
For more information, contact Stormwater Manager Karen Reynolds at email@example.com or 970-336-4031.
Sep 24, 2020