County Home Rd Culvert & Grading Update

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April 5, 2016 12:03 PM

County Home Road Culverts & Grading Project Update

Road construction on County Home Road between N. Center Point Road and Highway 13 is expected to start the summer or fall of 2017. The project will consist of culvert replacements and ditch grading. County Home Road will remain open to traffic for a majority of the project, however, there will be times when the road is closed and traffic will be required to follow the posted detour.

This project has not be awarded to a contractor and a schedule isn't determined yet.

Please contact me with any questions you have. Thank you.

Garret Reddish
garret.reddish@linncounty.org

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Latest Update:

October 16, 2017 11:37 AM

The contractor is placing rock shoulders between N Center Point Road and Mentzer Road. This work is expected to be completed tomorrow (17th).

The contractor plans to start paving between C Ave and Gillmore Road next week. This stretch of road is still expected to remain closed for another 2-3 weeks.

Later this week grading work will resume between Alburnett Road and Winslow Road.

Please contact me with any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

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September 22, 2017 3:53 PM

As a reminder, the contractor plans to close County Home Road between C Ave Ext and Gillmore Road on Monday September 25th. The closure is scheduled for 8:30 AM. A detour will be posted for this closure.

Please contact me with any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

September 20, 2017 10:07 AM

As a reminder to all property owners adjacent to the grading work, all mailboxes will need to be removed. Property owners adjacent to the grading are required to remove mailboxes during the project to allow room for the widening of the shoulders/fore slopes and for placement of the granular shoulders. Residents should contact their local post office for details regarding their mail delivery. A common way to keep your mailbox upright and still receive mail is to place it in a 5 gallon bucket of sand. A letter will be mailed out reminding you again of this requirement and it will include a memo instructing you on mailbox installation after the project.

Please contact me with any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)