Bettendorf road notice on reconstruction and barricades


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Posted Online: Oct. 10, 2012, 12:43 pm
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Press release submitted by city of Bettendoff

West Dale Court Reconstruction / 18th Street Barricades, Bettendorf

BETTENDORF – Beginning Wednesday, October 17 and continuing through November 28, West Dale Court east of 18th Street will be closed to traffic for pavement reconstruction. Roadside residents and visitors will not be allowed to park on either side of West Dale Court while the construction proceeds in half-width stages. The start date and duration of the project is dependent on weather.

During the first two weeks of construction while underground utility relocations are in progress concurrently with pavement work, the southbound outside lane of 18th Street will be closed for construction equipment staging.

For more information, contact the Bettendorf Public Works Department at 563-344-4055.




















 




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