The Town of Jackson’s Public Works Department and Western Municipal Construction will begin road excavation on Monday, August 5, 2019 for the installation of underground utilities associated with the Cache Creek Tub project.
This project will involve the closure of East Deloney Avenue between North Willow Street to the alley east of Center Street as well as the closure of North King Street between East Deloney Avenue to the construction access fencing at 112 Center Street. This closure is scheduled to begin at 7:00am on Monday, August 5. It is anticipated that the closure will remain in place until Friday, August 16, 2019 at 7:00pm, weather permitting.
Throughout this construction project, the Deloney START Bus stop will be relocated one block east of Willow Street. All passenger pick-ups will occur at this location. The facilities in the Deloney parking lot will remain open throughout this project.
Access to the East Deloney Avenue parking lot will remain open from North Willow Street. Please avoid walking through the construction zone from this parking lot. Two-way traffic on North King Street from Gill Avenue will be open to local traffic only toward the construction access at 112 Center Street.
Pedestrian access will be limited in this area. Please plan an alternate walk/bike route around the work zone. Please plan your daily travels ahead of time and expect delays. Please be aware of, and obey all construction notification, closures, barricades, detour and parking restriction signage in the vicinity of the construction zone as it is there for your safety and the safety of the construction workers.
For more information regarding this road work project please contact Jeff Silliman (email@example.com), Associate Engineer, Town of Jackson Public Works Department (307) 733-3079 extension 1413. For more information regarding the temporary relocation of the Deloney START Bus stop please contact Jeff Deal (firstname.lastname@example.org), Transit Operations Manager, at (307) 733-4521 extension 1655.
The Town of Jackson and the Jackson Public Works Department would like to thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to improve the Town’s resources.