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If Emerald Drive in the Plum Creek area is part of your commute, we’re asking for your patience this summer as we improve the roadway.
As part of the Town’s annual investment in preventative maintenance, Emerald Drive is being reconstructed. Crews will replace the existing concrete and replace it with asphalt. Work is expected to start Monday, April 10, and wrap up by the end of July.
This work is part of the Town’s annual Pavement Maintenance Program. This Council-approved program concentrates residential road maintenance to one of five defined residential areas each year on a rotating basis. The goal is to increase efficiency, reduce costs and minimize disruption to neighborhoods.
Overall, roadway maintenance extends the life of Town roads and helps get the most out of the Town’s investment in infrastructure.
What to expect during construction
During the work on Emerald Drive, maintaining access to residential areas is a priority for the Town, so the reconstruction will take place in sections. In an effort to complete this work safely and efficiently, one section at a time will be closed to through traffic.
The first section will be from Emerald Court to McCracken Lane, and work is expected to start Monday, April 10. As crews move from one section to the next, stay tuned to the electronic message boards and detour signs in the area, or check CRgov.com/EmeraldDrive for updates.
Learn more about the Pavement Maintenance Program and this year’s neighborhood work at CRgov.com/PMP.