From construction to events, street closings are a visible reminder of a city on the move.
➢ CITY OF WICHITA PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS (October 21-28):
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Report malfunctioning streetlights at email@example.com; please include an address and pole number, if possible. As with any construction project, closures & detours may vary both in duration and location. Timeframes are tentative and subject to change. Please plan accordingly.
Major Traffic Impacts
River Vista Development - Project includes construction of apartments and commercial retail on the west bank of the Arkansas River between Douglas and 1st Street.
Traffic Impact: The path along the west bank of the Arkansas River is closed between 1st Street and Douglas. The sidewalk on the south side of First Street is closed between McLean and Waco. Pedestrians will be detoured south to Douglas.
Mosley & Rock Island Paving - This project will upgrade the area to current Old Town standards which will include brick streets and sidewalks, streetlights, trash receptacles, and landscaping planters. The project will also construct storm water improvements and include water main replacement.
Traffic Impact: Mosley is closed to through traffic between 2nd & 3rd St. 3rd St. is reduced to one lane westbound at Mosley.
None at this time
Permanent Concret Repairs
427 S. Washington
Pavement Cut Repairs
None at this time
Parking at Market & William Garage - Structural, electrical, and elevator projects complete. Skybridges and lease spaces currently under renovation/construction. Vogts Construction, general contractor, project to be completed early October, 2016. Project nearing completion with Punch List work remaining.
Central Library Relocation - Project bid and awarded to Dondlinger Construction. Approximately 1/2 of SOG completed, with under slab rough in continuing. Structural steel progressing and site work/utilities continue. Pre-cast concrete panels selected/approved and erection to begin approximately mid-November.