UPDATE 9/23/2021 TO THE 9/20 UPDATE
Please find an updated plan and map below.
Grinding and grading is scheduled to start on Monday 9/27 and should be completed on Wednesday 9/29. Paving is currently planned for Thursday 9/30 and Friday 10/1, weather dependent. Please find the map below for what sections are scheduled for the two days.
Reminder, during paving, we ask that any vehicles parked in the roadways be moved to an area that is not being paved. Access to these roads will be limited to local traffic only and access to individual driveways will be restricted during the paving process until the asphalt is cool enough to drive over.
If there are any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Aubrey Collier, Design and Construction Manager at 360-239-2370.
From Monday, September 27th, to Thursday, September 30th, from 7AM to 7PM, there will be asphalt grinding and paving work on Sarazen St SE and West Sarazen St SE, from the intersection of Yelm Highway to 66th Ave SE. The paving work will also include a portion of 66th Ave SE that is located west of Sarazen St SE. The work is weather dependent and any changes to the schedule will be posted here, and also on PCMS boards located near the project site.
During paving, we ask that any vehicles parked in the roadways be moved to an area that is not being paved. Access to these roads will be limited to local traffic only and access to individual driveways will be restricted during the paving process until the asphalt is cool enough to drive over. The north and south entrances to Sarazen St SE will only be closed one at a time so access to the neighborhood will be limited through alternative routes. If you have any questions, please contact Keven Inman at (360) 239-0333. Thank you for your continued patience as we complete this project.
Phase 2 of the Capitol City Golf Course Water & Wastewater project has been awarded to Active Construction Inc. of Puyallup, WA. Construction is scheduled to begin May 10th, 2021, and anticipated to be complete in the summer of 2022.
While the pandemic in our State has created a forecast of uncertainty, we anticipate that Active Construction will be able to proceed as scheduled. This project is considered essential public infrastructure and construction will not be put on hold. In an effort to limit any interaction between the construction crews, we are asking that you call the City Inspector if you have any questions or concerns. Please do not approach the construction crews or City Inspector if possible, and if you must speak in person please follow the recommended 6-ft distancing guidelines.
Please be aware that you will have access to your homes but there will be times when construction may limit access or cause delays. For everyone's safety please use alternate routes around construction zones whenever possible.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the City Inspector Keven Inman at (360) 239-0333. Thank you for your patience.
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