FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Monday, July 14, 2014

Contact: Vince Trimboli
208-384-3927 | vtrimboli@cityofboise.org

Traffic Advisory: Warm Springs City Sewer Project
  • The city of Boise's Warm Springs Sewer project begins on Monday, July 14. The project will require lane restrictions and/or full closures of Warm Springs Avenue at different times.

The work will be done in three phases spread out over a 6 month period:

 

  • PHASE 1 - Pioneer Cemetery to Adams Elementary (Varying lane restrictions and detours)

Scheduled Construction Timeframe: July 18, 2014 to October 24, 2014
Contractor: Titan Technologies
Onsite Inspector: Rob Anderson; Phone: 440 - 4710

Please Note: Construction will be temporarily suspended from August 25 - September 1 to accomodate school traffic during the first week of school. Construction will resume September 2.

General Information:  Warm Springs Avenue will be closed at Straughan Avenue from July 18th through July 24th. Following this closure Warm Springs Avenue will be reopened and there will continue to be lane shifts throughout the duration of the project. Drivers are advised to use caution while traveling through construction zone areas. The Trolley House restaurant, M&W Grocery, and Chevron gas station will remain open during construction.

Public buildings located on Old Penitentiary Road will remain open during construction. These buildings include: Old Idaho Penitentiary, Idaho State Archives and Records Center, Idaho State Historical Society, The Bishop's House, and Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology.

  • PHASE 2 - Walling Drive to Warm Springs Golf Course

Construction of Phase 2 is complete.

  •  PHASE 3  - Warm Springs Golf Course to Starview Drive (Opens October 25)

Scheduled Construction Timeframe:
September 15, 2014 -  November 26, 2014
Actual Construction Timeframe
September 15, 2014 - October 25, 2015


General Information:  Construction of Phase 3  on Warm Springs Avenue has been completed ahead of schedule and will open October 25. Minor project tasks such as road striping and shoulder work will continue, but will not affect travel through the area.