7000 South Utilities Construction Project Update Week of 10/6/17 – 10/12/17
Construction schedules are subject to change due to utility, material, weather and equipment delays.
New Impacts & Activities
- Traffic will shift to the north side of 7000 South between 1300 West and Redwood Road starting Saturday, October 7.
Ongoing Impacts & Activities
- Water line work and sidewalk restoration is taking place on the north side of 7000 South between Redwood Road and 1905 West.
- Storm drain and water line work taking place on the north side of 7000 South between Redwood and 1300 West.
- Storm drain and sewer work is taking place on the south side of 7000 South between 2200 West and 2700 West.
- Storm drain work will continue on the north side of 7000 South west from 2700 West.
- Paving operations will take place on the south side of 7000 South between 2200 West and 2700 West on Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 14.
- Paving operations will take place on the south side of 7000 South between 1300 West to just east of Redwood Road on Thursday, October 20 and Friday, October 21.
For your safety and the safety of construction crews, please obey all construction signage and flag operators.
Beginning in early February and continuing through Fall 2017, the City of West Jordan will be upgrading storm drain, sewer, and water systems along 7000 South between 1300 West and 3200 West. Work will include removing and replacing pipelines, installing box culvert canal sections, removing and replacing old utility services, as well as milling and overlaying a new roadway surface. Work is expected to take place Monday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., with occasional night work. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction in work zones throughout the life of the project. Left turns from 7000 South will also be restricted. Traffic congestion and delays are expected. Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists are encouraged to use alternate routes when possible.
When the project is complete, residents can expect improved utility service, improved roadway drainage, and a smoother, safer commute.
City of West Jordan