Road Construction Updates
Below is a listing of current/upcoming road construction projects that you should be aware of. We will make every effort to pass on all information we are given to keep you up to date.
State Route 83 ODOT Resurfacing Project
Update 11/21/2022 - On Tuesday, November 22nd, ODOT will have a contractor out completing some unfinished work on the State Route 83 project. As a result, there will be a zone in place with one lane maintained in each direction, between Falcon Crest and Bentley Park. Please use caution when traveling in this designated construction area.
Also, some touch up striping will be needed in this area as well (weather permitting), however traffic will be maintained in both directions. Thank you very much for your patience as we complete these final items to close out this project.
Update 10/11/2022 - Roadwork portion of project will be finished tonight. They will be working during the day over the next couple of weeks to finish landscaping repairs and sign maintenance. Traffic will be maintained during this time.
Update 8/15/2022 - Project is scheduled to begin Monday, August 22 and will take approximately 6 weeks to complete, weather permitting. Work will begin during the day on the sidewalk/crosswalk ramps and traffic will be maintained during this time. Milling and Paving is expected to begin September 6 and this work will be done at night. Although traffic will be maintained during milling/paving, travelers should expect occasional delays. Whenever possible, we encourage people to find an alternate route during the construction phase. Please use caution when traveling in any designated construction area.
Detroit Road & Center Road Intersection & Corridor Improvement Project
ODOT Project LOR-SR 0254-05.66, PID 111283, Detroit Road (State Route 254) & Center Road (State Route 83) Intersection & Corridor Improvement Project is continuing to advance toward a Summer of 2024 start of Construction.
NOTE: Always use caution in designated construction zones and expect occasional delays.