This Saturday and Sunday crews will remove the top two inches of 10th Ave E, between E Roy St and E Aloha St, and then repave it.
What you can expect:
Our team will pave from the south leg of E Roy S to just north of E Aloha St.
September 29 & 30 | 7 AM – 5 PM
Closures | During working hours
- 10th Ave E will be restricted to a single lane; flaggers will direct alternating N/S traffic.
- 10th Ave E will not be accessible by vehicle from either E Aloha St or the N leg of E Roy St.
Other Impacts |
- Uniformed Police Officers will be at E Roy St and at E Aloha St.
- Street parking in the work area will be restricted – note No Parking signs.
- The work is weather dependent.
Thank you for your patience as our crews maintain City streets!
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