News & Announcements
The City of Santa Fe downtown road projects are:
Downtown Road Projects:
- Marcy Street, between Lincoln Avenue and Washington Avenue partial closure for sidewalk repair
- Palace Avenue and Paseo De Peralta partial closure for sidewalk repair.
- Montezuma Street and Galisteo Street partial closure for maintenance at new District Court Building.
Other potential road closures and work in the city are:
Median Remodel Work at the intersection of Cerrillos Road at Jaguar Drive and Governor Miles Road:
- The Public Works Department of the City of Santa Fe expects to begin construction of a median remodeling project to improve sight lines on Monday, September 23, 2013, at the intersection of Cerrillos Road at Jaguar Drive and Governor Miles Road. The Work will consist of: the removal of asphalt and the extension of the nose of the medians, in the center of Cerrillos Road, toward the intersection that will include a pedestrian refuge at the crosswalk. In addition, vegetation will be replaced with colored concrete in portions of the medians in the middle of Cerrillos Road. The work is expected to last approximately 2-3 weeks, weather permitting. Traffic Control will include a reduction in speed and lane closures on Cerrillos Road. Access will be provided to the left turn lanes from Cerrillos Road onto Jaguar Drive and Governor Miles Roads. Drivers are asked to proceed through the work zone with caution, and seek alternate routes if possible during this period of time. For more information please contact City of Santa Fe project manager, Sandra Kassens at 505-955-6697.
St. Francis Drive at San Mateo and Cerrillos Road:
- Night hours only (6:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.) north bound lane closures of St. Francis Drive at San Mateo and Cerrillos Road for water main upgrade, beginning August 6 and will continue until late October.
Pavement and Crack Sealing Maintenance on Multiple Streets:
- The 2013 Summer Maintenance Program continues on several streets this week. The pavement maintenance process corrects pavement surface deformities. Crack sealing maintenance consists of applying a rubberized asphalt sealant material on roadway cracks to prevent water infiltration into the pavement. The duration of maintenance on each particular street is normally one to three days. The work is scheduled to last until early October (weather permitting). Citizens are asked to seek alternate routes, as traffic may be delayed and vehicles may not be able to use the streets for parking areas. The contractors (EMCO of Santa Fe and GM Emulsion of Santa Fe.) will distribute door to door flyers of specifics and a schedule of work to be completed. For more information contact City of Santa Fe project manager, Tony Sanchez at 505-955-2404.