Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - Construction season is gearing up. Two road work projects are expected to close some lanes and cause some delays this week. Here are the official releases from the City of Cheyenne.
Snyder Avenue -
The Snyder Avenue Reconstruction Project will expand on Tuesday, March 18 that will close Snyder Avenue from the north side of West 23rd Street to the south side of West 25th Street. Included in the closure is the intersection of West 24th Street and Snyder Avenue, weather permitting.
The intersection of West 24th Street and Snyder Avenue will open to eastbound and westbound traffic only on Friday, April 18.
On Monday, March 24, Snyder Avenue will be closed from the north side of West 23rd Street to the south side of West 28th Street. All intersections, including West 24th Street and Snyder Avenue, will remain closed. This closure is scheduled until Friday, June 27. Detours will be posted.
Customers of the City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities will be able to access the Administration Building on-site payment drop-off box the from the north by using Dillon Avenue and then using West 25th Street.
This project includes street reconstruction, new curb and gutter, water and sewer lines, and storm water drainage improvements. Money for this project comes from the Fifth Penny Sales and Use Tax along with Board of Public Utilities funds.
The City of Cheyenne Street and Alley crews will work on drainage issues at two different locations next week, weather permitting.
On Monday, March 17 crews will be working on Hynds Boulevard between Western Hills Boulevard and the parking lot entrance into Central High School. There will be lane restrictions. Work is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On Tuesday, March 18 and Wednesday, March 19, crews will be working at Dell Range Boulevard and Ridge Road. There will be various lane closures on Dell Range Boulevard and Ridge Road. This work is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Funding for drainage work is from the Fifth Penny Sales Tax, commonly known as the Fifth Penny.