Pavement Sealing Project & Road Closures: June 13-24
This month, the City will be completing a chip/slurry pavement sealing project along multiple roads in the City. The contractor will be hauling in gravel for a chip/slurry pavement project beginning the week of June 13th. Staging will begin across from Mountain City at the previous clinic site and at Miners Mesa.
It is suggested that residents of Clear Creek Street, Marchant, Horn, and Hillside Streets, whose parking will be disrupted, park at commercial sites or in front of Mountain Life Park. DO NOT park in the Mountain Life Park parking lot, as you will not be able to leave once work begins.
June 23-24 â€“ Sealing work will occur on Miners Mesa and Bobtail Road. Initial chip seal process will begin on June 23rd. One-lane traffic control on Miners Mesa during the process with keep Miners Mesa open with limited access for staff and residents, however both lanes of Bobtail will be closed. Contractor will be sweeping excess gravel and fog sealing the roads on June 24th. Work will be complete the afternoon of June 24th.
Gregory Street Renovation:
As Black Hawk preserves the spirit of its past, it continues to prepare for the future with an exciting new vision for a development renaissance, destined to once again make history.
City of Black Hawk
Through July â€” Selak & Gregory Streets
During this phase of Xcel's electrical line project and the City's Gregory Street realignment project, road and lane closures are expected to continue. Please be aware of the possible delays along lower Gregory Street when making travel plans.
The westbound lane of Gregory Street will be closed intermittently 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for construction. One lane will remain open and traffic will continue to be moved at the direction of flaggers.Â Â
Selak Street construction is mostly complete, allowing westbound traffic to also detour along that route. Z Casino parking will be accessible from Selak Street. Selak Street may experience intermittent closures during this phase.
Ongoing â€” Lower Main Street
Throughout the year, intermittent lane closures will occur on Lower Main Street in front of the Monarch Casino. Alternating traffic patterns and possible closures will take place during construction, however access to both the Monarch and Isle parking garages will remain open.
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