GREELEY — The City of Greeley is improving its storm drainage system with a new construction project. A new storm water collection system will be constructed on 4th Street and drain this storm water into the new detention pond that was recently built. The purpose of these improvements is to improve flood protection up to a 100-year storm event to residences and business in and along 4th Street and north to the Cache la Poudre River.
Construction work will begin about September 18, 2012 and be completed by sometime in December 2012. During construction access will be provided to all residences and businesses in the area. Traffic delays are expected on 4th Street between 35th Avenue and 47th Avenue. One lane of both eastbound and westbound traffic will always be open. Access to all residences on all of these avenues will always be open from 6th Street.
The General Contractor performing the construction work is Colorado Infrastructure, Inc. The major sub-contractor for concrete structures will be Standard Concrete, Inc. For more information please contact Gary Pletcher, Construction Inspector with the City at (970) 539-6241 or Bert Leautaud, P. E., Project Manager with the City at (970) 336-4121.
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