Pavement Patching Closes 11th Ave. and 20th St. Intersection
The 11th Avenue and 20th Street intersection will close from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 13 to allow Greeley street crews to perform patching work.
Patching crews normally work in small areas that allow the road to remain partially open; however, this intersection is in need of numerous repairs. Closing this intersection for a single day allows city crews to complete the work much faster and keep workers and drivers safe. Detour signs will direct drivers to alternate routes during the closure.
Greeley’s pavement maintenance program started its annual work program earlier this year using five different road treatments to replace, extend, or repair roads beyond their anticipated 20-year life. Much of the program’s work this summer and fall will focus on the Sunrise neighborhood area in east Greeley.
Keep Greeley Moving (KGM) — a voter-approved seven-year 0.65 percent sales tax — provides funding to improve and repair Greeley roads. The KGM program includes repairs and improvements — such as patching— to neighborhood roads, arterials and collector streets. KGM also builds road expansions and improvements and improves concrete and sidewalk infrastructure. The tax and the KGM program ends (sunsets) December 31, 2022.
Find out more about Keep Greeley Moving online at keepgreeleymoving.com.
For more information, contact Pavement Management Coordinator Pat Hill at 970-350-9540 or email@example.com.
Jul 11, 2019
For more information, media representatives should contact:
Pat Hill, pavement management coordinator