Welcome to the Harrison Blvd Reconstruction Project
Purpose of the Project
In an effort to improve safety for motorists and pedestrians and to improve mobility on Harrison Boulevard from North Street to 7th Street, Ogden City will build the following improvements.
The contractor plans to work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. They are committed to working with property and business owners regarding property impacts and access concerns. Questions can be submitted by phone, email, or through this website by selecting the Contact Us link provided.
Safety Notice: The posted speed limit through the construction zone is 15 miles per hour. If you witness unsafe drivers, please call the police department 801-629-8221 and report the event along with any information you may be able to safely obtain (e.g. car type, color, license plate, etc.). This will aid the project in maintaining a safe corridor, as safety is our top priority.
7th Street to 2nd Street
Miscellaneous landscape, concrete and project clean-up work remains.
2nd Street: Monroe Avenue to Harrison Boulevard
Crews installed the traffic signal at 2nd Street and are landscaping the drainage area by Karmart. The traffic signal will be activated once paving of Harrison Boulevard is completed.
Crews are scheduled to pave 2nd Street from Monroe Boulevard to Karmart in early November.
Sheridan Drive to 425 North
Crews are building the new roadway subsurface along the west side of Harrison Boulevard from Sheridan Drive to 425 North. Crews are placing sidewalk and driveways on Harrison Boulevard from 2nd Street to 425 North.
Installation of street lights will continue.
Crews will finish preparing the roadway subsurface next week and are scheduled to pave Harrison Boulevard the end of October. This work will require closing the road to all traffic and on street parking will be prohibited according to the following schedule:
October 21-23: Crews to place roadbase in preparation for asphalt
Thursday, through Saturday, from 7 a.m.–7 p.m. and Sunday from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, no parking is allowed in the construction zones. The road will be closed to all traffic–this includes Harrison Boulevard and the side streets within the barricaded construction zone.
October 25-October 31: Paving operations begin
Tuesday, October 25 through Monday, October 31, construction crews will pave Harrison Boulevard from 2nd Street to approximately 450 North. Paving operations will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. On-street parking is restricted and the road will be completely closed to all traffic. Residents in this area will be required to park their vehicles on the cross streets, and outside of the project area. These restrictions will be in effect 24 hours a day.
November 1-3: Paint crews to stripe the road
Tuesday, November 1, paint crews will begin striping the road. Residents should be able to park along the shoulders of the road Wednesday evening.
Parking Options During Closures:
Residents will need to use the side street closest to their homes during the road closures. St. James Catholic Church is kindly allowing residents to park in their parking lot on weekdays. No parking will be allowed Saturday and Sunday to allow their congregation a place to park for the church services.
For Pineview irrigation concerns, please call (801) 621-6555.
Harrison Boulevard is closed from 7th Street to 450 North. Only local traffic will be allowed access to homes. On-street parking will not be available for residents from Sheridan Drive to 425 North and cross streets within this area will be closed to traffic. Homeowners east of Harrison should use Polk Avenue to Sheridan Drive or 9th Street.
Commuters traveling through the area can use Monroe Boulevard via 1100 North and 9th Street. Please follow the posted signs around the construction. This closure will be in effect through November 2016.
Safety is our top priority. Construction crews will maintain driveway access for residents and pedestrian access to area schools. Please obey all posted signs and flaggers. Please use caution and slow down as crews are operating heavy construction equipment and large trucks within the construction zone. The project schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather, equipment delays or emergency situations.
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