Road Closure - 2400 West
Road closure starting tomorrow June 24, 2021 on 2400 West to the public works shop (2700 South to 3000 South). Utilities are getting installed to the new Shoreline Subdivision. The closure will last a month and will be closed day and night. Access will be available to the duplex homes on that road day and night coming from 2700 South. Detour for access to the public works shop will be on a new road through the Stillwater subdivision See map below.
Road Closure- 2200 West 1100 South
Road closure begins Monday July 12, 2021 on 2200 West 1100 South (between 1025 South and 1100 South) behind Utah Onion for installation of a precast concrete wall and to keep the public safe from moving construction equipment. The closure will last at least two weeks. If storm drain needs to be replaced, it may last longer.
Road Construction Projects
West Davis Corridor
Construction crews have begun preliminary land clearing for the Layton Canal Pipeline relocation in Syracuse. A section of the existing irrigation pipeline is being relocated to accommodate construction of the West Davis Corridor highway. The work area follows along the west side of the Bluff Road diagonal alignment between Schneiter's Golf Course in West Point to Freemont Park in Syracuse. Pipeline work will continue through winter and is expected to be complete by April 1, 2021. West Davis Corridor (WDC) construction is expected to begin in early 2021 and continue through Dec 2024.
To minimize traffic impacts, crews will bore lines under major roadways. Bore pit excavation will begin in the next few weeks at 3000 West/Tryall Drive and 700 South for crews to install pipe casings. Traffic flagging operations are happening for utility potholing operations.
This is not a city project, however more information is available by contacting the WDC public information team at 877-298-1991, firstname.lastname@example.org or on the project website: westdavis.udot.utah.gov.
Trees provide shade and appeal, but require proper maintenance to remain healthy. In order to protect trees that extend over the sidewalks and roadways from being damaged by vehicles and pedestrians, trees must be pruned to allow a clearance of seven feet over a sidewalk and eleven feet over a street.