Road Construction Projects

UDOT Project

Bluff Road Closure Flyer

West Davis Corridor

 This is not a city project, however more information is available by contacting the WDC public information team at 877-298-1991, or on the project website:

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UDOT'S contractor is installing the girders on the bridge crossing over 700 South. During this installation, 700 South will be closed between 3300 West to St. Andrews Drive. The closure will begin April 12th. Please detour to 3000 West, Antelope Drive, and 4000 West.

Current & Ongoing City Road Closures (click for map)

Antelope Drive Traffic Shift    

Beginning Thursday, December 1, through the end of summer 2023, northbound and southbound traffic between 2500 West and Bluff Road will be detoured to the south onto South Bluff Road. This shift will allow crews to install the pedestrian box and other roadway work throughout the closure.


1250 West/1575 South Road Closures & Stoker Park Closure

1250 West is closed to through traffic from Antelope Drive to the south side of 1350 South. Cook Elementary traffic is encouraged to use Marilyn Drive/Melanie Lane and 1100 West to access the school. This closure will be in effect until June. This closure it to facilitate replacement of utilities and repaving the road.

 1575 South is closed to through traffic from 1250 West to 1100 West to facilitate replacement of utilities, repaving the road and upgrades to Stoker Park.

Cook Road Closure

 Stoker Park is closed while the City upgrades the park. A new restroom, pavilion, two tennis courts and two sand volleyball courts will be installed.

Stoker Park Improvements

Southbound Bluff Road Closure

Southbound Bluff Road closure between 2175 South Street and 2700 South Street. Southbound drivers should use 2175 South Street and 2000 West Street as a detour. Northbound Bluff Road traffic will remain open. This closure is to facilitate the installation of secondary water lines and is expected to go through summer 2023.

Bluff One Way                 


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.

Tree Clearance Diagram