Road Construction Updates
Contractors for the sewer district will need to close Bluff Road at Gentile Street for some sewer main work. The closure should be as follows:
Thursday Oct 23 at 6:00 AM to end of day possibly 10:00 PM
Friday Oct 24 at 6:00 AM to end of day possibly 10:00 PM


Westbound travel on Gentile may continue westbound through the intersection, then detour north on 2000 West to the six-way roundabout.
Eastbound travel on Gentile may continue eastbound on Gentile.
Northbound and southbound at the intersection will be block
RANCHETTES WEST SUBDIVISION (6/19/18)


Sewer line work is underway on 3300 West, starting at Anelope Drive and working south.
Concrete work is happing on 3385 West with ramps and collars.

 

As roads become paved, mail delivery to your mailbox is expected to resume, but not until the USPS makes the determination. Mail delivery will continue as it is unless you get a notice either in your temporary mailbox or at your door giving you instructions on where you will begin picking up your mail.


Reminder---Current building code P2903.4.1 requires all water heaters have an expansion tank installed in the event a water heater experiences increased pressures.  With the installation of the backflow prevention device, any water heater which does not have an expansion tank installed has a potential of failing. Please make sure your water heater is brought up to current building code.





Temporary mailboxes are located at the intersection of Doral Street and 2200 South. These are available for those inside the active construction zone. Keys are available at USPS in Clearfield. As construction progresses to other sections of the neighborhood, the use of the temporary mailboxes will switch to those who are inside the active construction area. A notice will be delivered to those residents who will be affected by this change. On the last day of mail delivery to those currently using the temporary mailbox, a notice will be placed in the mailbox to return the key to the Clearfield post office and pick up your mail there prior to resuming delivery to your individual mailbox at your home.

 This project will include replacement of all city infrastructure under the road, as well as the road and sidewalk ramps. This project will continue throughout all of 2018. For email notifications, send an email to projectupdates@syracuseut.com


Melanie Lane (6/19/18)
Water main and services are being installed. This road is closed to through traffic, but open to traffic accessing the homes inside the immediate construction area. Detour around to Marilyn Drive.


Bluff and Gentile (6/19/18)
Construction is in the final stages making water line connections at 1000 West Bluff Road and connections along Gentile Street at 550 W, 575 W, and 600 W.
Watch for flaggers during construction. Please be patient and be alert. Use caution while driving around the construction equipment.




2000 West (SR-108) 300 North to 1700 South (Updated 6/19/18)
Though roadway construction in 2017 will be limited to the area between Heritage Parkway and 300 North, utility companies are on site to relocate their utilities throughout the project area.

Two lanes of through traffic will remain open during daytime hours. However, short term asphalt patching may require some turn lane restrictions in some areas.

Areas Between 470 North and 1275 South  
Rocky Mountain Power, North Davis Sewer District and Century Link will be doing utility work over the next several weeks. Home demolition may take place north of SR-193. Tree removals may also be taking place along the corridor.  Intermittent daytime shoulder closures/turn lane restrictions may occur.

Areas Near the 700 South Intersection 
Night work is scheduled to continue through late-April (9:00 PM - 6:00 AM).  Due to heavy daytime traffic, new utility crossings in and around this intersection must be done at night. Nighttime traffic may be limited to one lane with flaggers. Residents should expect an increase in noise.  Irrigation work at 700 South will be completed by Friday.

Safety 
For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, stay alert and be prepared for changing lane configurations. We are committed to a safe project and are constantly on alert. 

Questions?  Please feel free to contact us at 844.200.0937 or 801.336.6977.






Traffic Alert

In order to reach project completion by the end of the year, a segment along 2000 West, Antelope Drive through 1275 South, will be closed to all through-traffic from 7 p.m. on June 1 until August 21.

Crews may be working 24/7 during this time – daytime, night work, and weekend work are all anticipated. Because this section of the project lies between two schools, the work in this segment is being expedited to ensure substantial completion by the time school is back in session. Detour routes include:     SR-193, 700 South, and Antelope Drive to 1000 West or 3000 West.


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2000 West Project Update - June 14, 2018

Construction Activities This Week: 06/14/18 - 06/21/18

  • Antelope Drive through 1275 South on 2000 West is now closed to all through-traffic until August 21. Detour routes include: SR-193, 700 South, and Antelope Drive to 1000 West or 3000 West. Please utilize designated detour routes, as they will get vehicles back on track in the easiest, safest way.
  • Crews are doing extensive utility work and excavation between Antelope Drive and 1275 South, which will continue for the next three weeks. Any pedestrians in the area need to follow pedestrian access signs, and use extra caution while in the construction zone. Please note that the HAWK signal, the crosswalk between the two schools, is still operational, and should be used when crossing the street.
  • Asphalt milling is now underway on the east side of 2000 West, between 1275 South and Heritage Parkway. This process is expected to be completed tomorrow.
  • Paving on the east side of 2000 West from SR-193 to 300 North will continue through early July, including roadway, sidewalk, curb, gutter, and driveways. Please keep off the newly placed concrete to allow for cure time. Residents in the area can expect increased light, vibration, and noise associated with construction during paving. 
  • Street lighting continues to be installed throughout the project. 
  • Intermittent asphalt paving may take place along the corridor from Antelope Drive to 300 North as crews patch pipe trenches and pave tie-ins. Lane shifts and shoulder closures may occur.
  • Intermittent utility work will continue, weather permitting, throughout Summer 2018. Intermittent lane shifts and shoulder closures may occur during these times, so please be aware and watch for signage.

Long-Term Closure In Effect

Antelope Drive through 1275 South on 2000 West is now closed to all through-traffic until August 21. Detour routes include: SR-193, 700 South, and Antelope Drive to 1000 West or 3000 West. Please utilize designated detour routes, as they will get vehicles back on track in the easiest, safest way.


Utility Shutoffs

  • Utility companies may schedule intermittent shutoffs to accomplish their work. They will provide advance notice where applicable.    
  • CenturyLink is planning to do extensive utility work along the SR-108 project corridor. They are utilizing Fugal as a subcontractor for the job. If you have any questions or concerns regarding CenturyLink, please reach out to Brian May with Fugal at: 801-394-3752.

Traffic Alerts

  • To accommodate the utility work between SR-193 and 300 North, there will be intermittent closures at 150 North, 100 North, and 75 South.
  • Intermittent turn lane, shoulder, and median restrictions may occur.

West Point Batch Plant Operations

* The West Point Batch Plant near 75 North and 2000 West will continue operations through early winter 2018.

* Nearby residents and businesses should expect increased noise, light and vibration associated with construction. 

 
Safety  
For your safety and the safety of those working in the area, please exercise caution, stay alert, and reduce speeds.

QUESTIONS? CONCERNS?

Email: 2000West@utah.gov
Hotline: 844.200.0937 - 801.336.6977 
Website: www.udot.utah.gov/sr108

Project Background
 

SR-108, also known as 2000 West, is a very busy north-south highway in Davis County, carrying as many as nearly 18,000 vehicles per day. With the expected growth in population, homes and jobs, this number is expected to double by 2040. To address this need, UDOT conducted an environmental study from 2006 to 2008 to evaluate various transportation options. Through careful analysis and close coordination with the communities, a solution was identified that meets the transportation need while minimizing impacts.


The proposed solution was to widen the roadway to two lanes in each direction with a center turn lane. In April of 2015, UDOT secured funding for a two-mile segment of the project from SR-127 (Syracuse Road) to 300 North in West Point. UDOT looks forward to this opportunity to serve your communities by providing improved transportation and increased safety for all who travel and live around the SR-108 corridor.