7th Avenue Improvements

11/13/2019

The low temperatures and snow meant that paving work on 7th Avenue had to stop during the major snowstorm two weeks ago.

However, when temperatures went back up crews got right back to work and started finishing major portions of the 7th Avenue project. Just last week, the last bit of water utility work was completed and then the final sanitary sewer work. With those done, only a bit of storm line work remains until all utility work in the project is completed. 

Outside of the utility work, crews only have a block of concrete and roadwork to finish.

Originally slated to reopen Nov. 15, the 7th Avenue and 16th Street intersection will have to remain closed a bit longer because of the delays caused by the storm. 

Project officials are planning to substantially complete the project, and open 16th Street, on November 27, the day before Thanksgiving — this, of course, is weather permitting.




Project Background

For about eight months in the summer and fall of 2019, rolling closures will move along 7th Avenue from 13th Street to 16th Street as the City replaces and upsizes the city’s stormwater, water distribution, and sanitary sewer systems.

The work also relocates several non-city utilities such as gas, electric and communication lines and replaces the asphalt road surface and concrete curb and gutter. This work takes place in conjunction with sanitary sewer replacements near 7th Avenue and 14th, 15th and 17th streets.

Contact Us!

Stormwater Engineer

Andrew Fisher
(970) 350-9797
Andrew.Fisher@greeleygov.com

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