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Prospect Road Projects 2023#

A map of the projects.

A number of projects are scheduled along Prospect Road in spring and summer 2023. These include:

- A Utilities project from Robertson Street to Lemay Avenue

- Work at the pedestrian and bicycle underpass at Center Avenue

- Paving work from Timberline Road to Sharp Point Drive

Utilities - Robertson to Lemay#

A map of the project.

Utilities will begin a water line replacement along Prospect Road from Robertson Street to Lemay Avenue.

This project will improve system reliability and fire safety in the area, as well as protect water quality. Construction will begin at Robertson Street and move eastward to the intersection at Lemay Avenue.

This project begins Monday, May 15, and will continue for about 8 weeks.

During construction, westbound Prospect will be fully closed to all traffic from Lemay to Robertson. Eastbound Prospect will be reduced to one lane through the work area.


Martin Shaffer, Project Manager, City Utilities

Underpass work - Center Avenue#

Work on the pedestrian and bicycle underpass at Center Avenue will repair leaking and waterproofing concerns to the structure. 

This project will begin May 22 and continue through early August. The underpass will reopen in time for the fall semester.

During construction, Prospect Road will remain open in both directions, but lane closures will be in effect. Drivers should use caution in the work area.


Rob Mosbey, Project Manager, Engineering Department

Paving - Timberline to Sharp Point#

Streets Department crews will mill and repave Prospect Road from Timberline Road to Sharp Point Drive.

Prospect will close from Timberline Road east to Sharp Point Drive from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. beginning Friday, June 2, and continuing through Thursday morning, June 8. The road will reopen to traffic during daytime hours. Inclement weather may affect the work schedule.

Drivers should be prepared for the closure and seek alternate routes. Access to residences and businesses will be maintained, but there may be a delay for access through the work zone.


Phillip Martinez, Project Manager, Streets Department