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Redmond planned road closures and delays: Week of June 3

REDMOND, Ore. - Here is the city of Redmond's planned road closures and delays update for the week of June 3:

City Street Maintenance Operations:

Monday, June 3 thru June 7 – Starting at 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the following road closures or traffic disruptions will take place:

Crews will be installing flower baskets and seasonal banners along streets in the downtown area; temporary lane disruptions may occur, please use caution.

Crack seal operations will be commencing throughout the City; activities may temporarily disrupt lanes and intersections.

ADA Street Improvement projects and curb ramp enhancements will be occurring at local intersections; activities may temporarily disrupt lanes and intersections. 

NOTE - During street maintenance operations, closure durations and disruptions are determined by progress of the operation and weather conditions.

**NEW Closures:

SW 9th St from SW Deschutes Ave to SW Black Butte Blvd – Closed for construction thru August 31           

SW 9th St from SW Deschutes Ave to SW Black Butte Blvd will be closed while Bar Seven A Companies replace outdated water lines and construct new pavement as part of the City's SW 9th and SW 10th Street Improvement projects.  Please use detours or an alternate route.  

 

SW 15th St from SW Highland Ave to SW Juniper Ave – Closed for construction thru August 15

 

SW 15th St from SW Highland Ave to SW Juniper Ave will be closed while McKernan Enterprises replaces outdated water lines and constructs new sidewalks, curbing, and pavement as part of the City's SW 15th Street Improvement projects. Please use detours or an alternate route. 

 

Ongoing Closures:

 SW 8th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Deschutes Ave – Closed for construction thru Friday, June 28 

SW 8th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Deschutes Ave will be closed while construction activities related to the Centennial Park Expansion occur. Please use detours or an alternate route.

Your Tax Dollars at Work: City of Redmond invests $1.5 million annually to keep Redmond's streets smooth, clean, and safe.


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