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Redmond road closures and delays: Week of May 6-10

REDMOND, Ore. - Here's the city of Redmond's planned road closures and delays update for the week of May 6-10:

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City Street Maintenance Operations:

Monday, May 6 thru May 10 – Starting at 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the following road closures or traffic disruptions will take place.

Asphalt repairs and structure alignments for sewer access points, catch basins, and water valve stacks may cause delays and temporary lane closures.

SW Indian Pl from SW 35th St to SW 31st St

SW Metolius Ave from SW 29th St to SW 33rd St

SW Helmholtz Way at SW 45th St       

Asphalt grinding by Tri-County Paving will begin for the City’s 2019 Overlay Project. Expect delays and temporary road closures.

                SW 17th St from W Antler Ave to End

SW 24th St from SW Quartz Ave to SW Salmon Ave

                SW 25th St from SW Quartz Ave to SW Salmon Ave

                SW 26th St from SW Quartz Ave to End

                SW Reindeer Ave from SW 27th St to SW 23rd St

                SW Pumice Ave from SW 27th St to SW 23rd St

                SW Pumice Ave from SW Canyon Dr to SW 15th St

                SW Kalama Ave from SW 17th St to SW 15th St

                SE Warsaw St from SE Cascade Ave to SE Evergreen Ave

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. 

Ongoing Closures:

SW 9th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Deschutes Ave – Closed for construction thru Friday, May 10, 2019

SW 9th 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.

SW 8th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Deschutes Ave – Closed for construction thru Friday, May 31, 2019

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.

SW 6th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Forest Ave – Traffic disruptions and sidewalk closures for construction thru Friday, May 31, 2019                                               

SW 6th St from SW Evergreen Ave to SW Forest Ave will experience lane and sidewalk closures as SunWest Builders performs construction activities for the Historic Redmond Hotel. Business access will be available. Please use caution.

SW Metolius Ave from SW 23rd St to SW 27th St - Closed for construction thru Friday, May 24, 2019

SW Metolius Ave from SW 23rd St to SW 27th St will be closed while Rickabaugh Construction installs sewer and water mains, curbs, sidewalks, and asphalt paving. Local access for residents will be permitted form SW 27th St.  Please use detours or an alternate route. 

NW Spruce Ave from NW 22nd St to NW 19th St – Closed for construction thru Tuesday, May 7, 2019  

NW Spruce Ave from NW 22nd St to NW 19th St will be closed while Jack Robinson & Sons constructs the City of Redmond’s Far Wester Sewer Interceptor project. This closure includes the intersection of NW 22nd St and NW Spruce Ave. Please use detours or an alternate route.   

South Canal Improvement Project:  

SW Veterans Way to SW Salmon Ave - South Canal Blvd from SW Veterans Way to SW Salmon Ave is open to thru traffic.  Traffic disruptions or lane closures may occur at SW Pumice Ave and SW Kalama Ave as crews complete a pedestrian crossing, curbing, and a median. Please use caution and follow work zone traffic control signs.

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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