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MAJOR WORK FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 14, 2020
Klamath County and/or other agencies will have work crews at the following locations. Please use caution when in these areas and watch for flaggers. If you are able to avoid the work zones, please use an alternate route for your safety and the safety of Klamath County employees and our contractors.
Washburn Way – Laverne Ave to South Side Bypass Asphalt Replacement (Contractor) Lane Closures with Flagging – expect delays
Paint Striping/Stencil Crew Sept 14th to Sept 17th – Misc County RoadsCrack Seal Crew Sept 14th to Sept 17th – Drews Road, Lower Lake Road
South Suburban Sanitary District (Contractor) – Sanitary Sewer Pipe Installation Skyline, Cannon, Watson, Western and Donegal
Crescent Area (Contractor) Miscellaneous Sewer Pipe Construction
Ogden Street Upgrades (Contractor) Add curb, gutter and sidewalks to existing road
In general, flagging stations will be set up at the end of the work zone and delays will be 0 to 20 minutes for the motoring public. Our goal is to minimize the delay to the motoring public. Other minor work is occurring through the County but we are only listing the major items in this announcement. There may be adjustments of work schedules due to weather or other items outside of the County’s control (breakdown of equipment, material/resource availability, etc.) Please do not contact the County if you do not see work occurring, it could be finished already or will be rescheduled.
Klamath County Public Works and the Board of County Commissioners appreciate the motoring publics’ patience during the repair season for our local roads and bridges. If you have any questions regarding work, please contact the Public Works Department at (541) 883-4696.
Please visit tripcheck.com for other fire, construction, weather, vehicle accident, etc. related closures. It is a good resource for summer/winter travel planning that is updated several times an hour by ODOT and local City and County road authorities.