Closures & Delays
• Yampa Street CLOSED between 10th to 12th Streets (expected to run into early June). • Minor Shoulder CLOSURES between 5th to 10th Streets (no impact to traffic flow). • Entire 8th Street Parking Lot CLOSED. • 9th Street Pedestrian Bridge CLOSED – NO ACCESS ACROSS THE BRIDGE. Yampa Street Final concrete work was finished and this portion of the project is substantially complete.
Yampa Street between 5th and 10th Streets has been reopened to vehicular traffic and all new sidewalks on these blocks are also open. Phase II continues with a new concrete raised intersection at 11th and Yampa. In addition, crews have completed the concrete pours in front of Steamboat Meat & Seafood and Lockhart Auction.
For the week of May 22, minor shoulder closures will occur in the blocks between 5th and 10th Streets as crews complete punchlist work for Phase I and the installation of the festival lighting system. Yampa Street between the intersections at 10th and 12th Streets remains closed to vehicular traffic for the installation of a new concrete raised intersection at 11th Street.
The 10th and 12th Street intersections will remain open to vehicular traffic. This closure is expected to last until early June. • Pedestrian and bicycle access will remain open via the Core Trail in this area; with pedestrians from the north side routed to the Core Trail to safely navigate the work zone. • Businesses will remain accessible at all times • This work is associated with the Yampa Street Phase II improvements which is expected to be completed by November 1, 2017. Also during this week, vehicular traffic will be restricted to one-lane on 10th Street between Yampa and the alley for a period of one day while crews install an electrical line crossing 10th Street.
Bi-Weekly Public Informational Meetings will run every other Friday starting at 9am in Centennial Hall where city staff and contractors share details and answer questions about the status of the project. The next meeting will beheld on Friday, June 2.
For the complete update, check out the City’s press release.