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Updated October 17, 2014
Excavation will continue during daytime hours (7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) for utility work (power, lighting, and communications) on the west side of Aurora between N 200th Street and N 205th Street.
Storm drain work, resulting in trenching and installation of pipes and inlets, is in progress. Over the next several weeks, construction of new curbs, gutters, and sidewalks will occur along N 198th, N 199th, and N 200th Streets and retaining wall work will occur on N 195th and N 199th Streets (particularly by Grinders). There will also be hydroseeding of some of the cleared slopes for erosion control. Southbound Aurora and the affected side streets may be restricted to one lane during the daytime non-commute hours to perform any of the work above.
Remaining activities on the west side of Aurora for this year include asphalt pavement removal, excavation, utility work, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, driveways, retaining walls, and paving. Some utility work will also begin on the east side of Aurora.
Follow signs and footprints when walking near the construction zone.
Installing the last large SCL vault on the west side of Aurora at N 205th Street
Setting the vault at Aurora and N 205th Street
|New soldier pile wall at Aurora and N 199th Street near Grinders|
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