Infrastructure Construction Update (As of 9/3/19)
We appreciate everyone’s patience and cooperation during the many construction projects occurring throughout Midvale City. As you can see, contractors have been very busy this year and are working hard to finish projects before winter arrives.
We wanted to provide you with some updates. Please note that these dates are tentative. Dates are dependent on contractor’s schedules, so dates may change:
1000 E project (South Union to 7800 S)
We understand that this extensive project has impacted residents and businesses. This important project includes updates to storm drains, waterline, curb and gutter, and mill and paving. In addition, we are upgrading all of the pedestrian curb ramps on 1000 E, including around Jordan Valley School, to be ADA compliant.
Manholes and valve boxes are being lowered today, and mill and pave will follow. Lastly, crews will follow up with restriping and raising the manholes and valve boxes as pavement cures out.
7800 S (1000 E to 1200 S)
Our contractor will be installing curb and sidewalk on the northside starting today.
Main Street (Center to Holden)
Manholes and valve boxes are being lowered on 9/7.
Main Street will be closed for mill and pave on 9/14 and 9/15.
Crews will follow up with restriping and raising the manholes and valve boxes as pavement cures out.
In addition, on 9/11 and 9/12 crews will be trimming trees on Main Street. Therefore, temporary no parking signs will be placed on sections of Main Street.
Grant to Catalpa, Cottonwood, California, Arizona, Cypress and Colorado
Mill and pave will start on 9/9.
Princeton (Hoover to State)
The waterline replacement project started today and will have a heavy impact on Princeton traffic, along with the UDOT I-15 Northbound project on Adams. We advise local traffic only.
UTA buses will detour down Foxbridge for the duration of the project. This will not affect any bus stop locations.
For information about the UDOT I-15 Nortbound project visit www.udot.utah.gov/i15northbound/