Kane Creek Boulevard Complete Streets Project

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The City of Moab is redesigning Kane Creek Boulevard from Main Street to 500 West. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-February 2024.

Project Update and Schedule

SCHEDULE: July 2 - July 15

For the past few months crews have been working hard to reconstruct underground sewer lines. This section of the construction is nearly complete. Additionally, work to improve existing manholes has been ongoing. In the coming weeks, work to begin reconstructing new upgraded underground water facilities will commence. Residents will be notified when this process is complete, at which time their water will be temporarily shut off in order for service to be switched from existing lines to the newly constructed ones.

Flagging operations will remain in effect. Please be aware of the direction of traffic and wait until you see cars moving in the direction you intend on traveling before entering the work zone. Expect delays of up to 15 minutes, and plan your journeys accordingly.

Scheduled Water Service Outage Notice

Project crews will be working 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. In order to optimize safety, travelers should remain aware of construction equipment, and obey all posted traffic control.

Residences and businesses will experience a water shut off while service is transferred from old facilities to new ones. Shut-down times will vary by section and be up to an 8-hour disruption in water service at some locations. This work is ongoing and will continue through Tuesday, July 9. The project is separated into different sections, each section will take one day to complete. In order to accommodate stakeholder needs along the corridor, we ask that residents and business owners contact Mike with the Public Involvement team if specific dates are more favorable to them. Affected stakeholders will be notified 72 hours before each shut down.

Three ways to stay current on the project:

  • Visit this project page, engagemoab.com/KaneCreek, frequently to see updates, and post questions and comments;
  • Sign up for email updates by emailing KaneCreek@moabcity.org;
  • Call the Public Involvement Team at 435-862-9216.
    *Schedule is subject to weather and other unforeseen circumstances.

KANE CREEK CONCEPT STREET DESIGN

Questions? Email KaneCreek@moabcity.org.


Kane Creek Boulevard Complete Streets Improvements Project Area
(The city's Kane Creek Boulevard improvements will affect only the section of road from Main Street to 500 West)Kane Creek Boulevard is one of the most heavily used streets in Moab, with 5,000 cars per day traveling between Main Street and 500 West where these improvements are planned. The complete streets design will better ensure safe access for motor vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians who rely on Kane Creek Boulevard daily. The complete streets approach not only considers vehicle traffic but also pedestrian and bicycle traffic to help ensure safe, comfortable access for all users.


Project Notice


The City of Moab is redesigning Kane Creek Boulevard from Main Street to 500 West. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-February 2024.

Project Update and Schedule

SCHEDULE: July 2 - July 15

For the past few months crews have been working hard to reconstruct underground sewer lines. This section of the construction is nearly complete. Additionally, work to improve existing manholes has been ongoing. In the coming weeks, work to begin reconstructing new upgraded underground water facilities will commence. Residents will be notified when this process is complete, at which time their water will be temporarily shut off in order for service to be switched from existing lines to the newly constructed ones.

Flagging operations will remain in effect. Please be aware of the direction of traffic and wait until you see cars moving in the direction you intend on traveling before entering the work zone. Expect delays of up to 15 minutes, and plan your journeys accordingly.

Scheduled Water Service Outage Notice

Project crews will be working 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. In order to optimize safety, travelers should remain aware of construction equipment, and obey all posted traffic control.

Residences and businesses will experience a water shut off while service is transferred from old facilities to new ones. Shut-down times will vary by section and be up to an 8-hour disruption in water service at some locations. This work is ongoing and will continue through Tuesday, July 9. The project is separated into different sections, each section will take one day to complete. In order to accommodate stakeholder needs along the corridor, we ask that residents and business owners contact Mike with the Public Involvement team if specific dates are more favorable to them. Affected stakeholders will be notified 72 hours before each shut down.

Three ways to stay current on the project:

  • Visit this project page, engagemoab.com/KaneCreek, frequently to see updates, and post questions and comments;
  • Sign up for email updates by emailing KaneCreek@moabcity.org;
  • Call the Public Involvement Team at 435-862-9216.
    *Schedule is subject to weather and other unforeseen circumstances.

KANE CREEK CONCEPT STREET DESIGN

Questions? Email KaneCreek@moabcity.org.


Kane Creek Boulevard Complete Streets Improvements Project Area
(The city's Kane Creek Boulevard improvements will affect only the section of road from Main Street to 500 West)Kane Creek Boulevard is one of the most heavily used streets in Moab, with 5,000 cars per day traveling between Main Street and 500 West where these improvements are planned. The complete streets design will better ensure safe access for motor vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians who rely on Kane Creek Boulevard daily. The complete streets approach not only considers vehicle traffic but also pedestrian and bicycle traffic to help ensure safe, comfortable access for all users.


Project Notice


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  • Share Who is the contractor to rebuild Kane Creek? on Facebook Share Who is the contractor to rebuild Kane Creek? on Twitter Share Who is the contractor to rebuild Kane Creek? on Linkedin Email Who is the contractor to rebuild Kane Creek? link

    Who is the contractor to rebuild Kane Creek?

    Kevin asked 5 months ago

    Thank you for your interest. The contractor for the project is Hank Williams Construction located in Norwood, CO. 

  • Share How can the general public see a breakdown of this project budget to see what parts are costing what percentages of the $8 million. I assumed most of the millions were for sewage for new low-income housing projects off the Kane Creek Apartments, with sewer lift station. But if some of this work will have to be torn up in the next 10 to 20 years to accomodate needed sewer lines, this is a waste of money. Also, if there are not utility stubs for known developements along this project...at least a break in the curb for access to the properties that have submitted plans...the lack of oversight and staying within budget...there is little accountability or logic. How can the general public respect the city needing millions of dollars for projects, when millions of dollars are wasted for aesthetics not needed by this population, while what is needed is basic improvement of infrastructure for utilities and development! on Facebook Share How can the general public see a breakdown of this project budget to see what parts are costing what percentages of the $8 million. I assumed most of the millions were for sewage for new low-income housing projects off the Kane Creek Apartments, with sewer lift station. But if some of this work will have to be torn up in the next 10 to 20 years to accomodate needed sewer lines, this is a waste of money. Also, if there are not utility stubs for known developements along this project...at least a break in the curb for access to the properties that have submitted plans...the lack of oversight and staying within budget...there is little accountability or logic. How can the general public respect the city needing millions of dollars for projects, when millions of dollars are wasted for aesthetics not needed by this population, while what is needed is basic improvement of infrastructure for utilities and development! on Twitter Share How can the general public see a breakdown of this project budget to see what parts are costing what percentages of the $8 million. I assumed most of the millions were for sewage for new low-income housing projects off the Kane Creek Apartments, with sewer lift station. But if some of this work will have to be torn up in the next 10 to 20 years to accomodate needed sewer lines, this is a waste of money. Also, if there are not utility stubs for known developements along this project...at least a break in the curb for access to the properties that have submitted plans...the lack of oversight and staying within budget...there is little accountability or logic. How can the general public respect the city needing millions of dollars for projects, when millions of dollars are wasted for aesthetics not needed by this population, while what is needed is basic improvement of infrastructure for utilities and development! on Linkedin Email How can the general public see a breakdown of this project budget to see what parts are costing what percentages of the $8 million. I assumed most of the millions were for sewage for new low-income housing projects off the Kane Creek Apartments, with sewer lift station. But if some of this work will have to be torn up in the next 10 to 20 years to accomodate needed sewer lines, this is a waste of money. Also, if there are not utility stubs for known developements along this project...at least a break in the curb for access to the properties that have submitted plans...the lack of oversight and staying within budget...there is little accountability or logic. How can the general public respect the city needing millions of dollars for projects, when millions of dollars are wasted for aesthetics not needed by this population, while what is needed is basic improvement of infrastructure for utilities and development! link

    How can the general public see a breakdown of this project budget to see what parts are costing what percentages of the $8 million. I assumed most of the millions were for sewage for new low-income housing projects off the Kane Creek Apartments, with sewer lift station. But if some of this work will have to be torn up in the next 10 to 20 years to accomodate needed sewer lines, this is a waste of money. Also, if there are not utility stubs for known developements along this project...at least a break in the curb for access to the properties that have submitted plans...the lack of oversight and staying within budget...there is little accountability or logic. How can the general public respect the city needing millions of dollars for projects, when millions of dollars are wasted for aesthetics not needed by this population, while what is needed is basic improvement of infrastructure for utilities and development!

    Molly Taylor asked 5 months ago

    Thanks for your comment! We are working on gathering this information for you. 

Page last updated: 02 Jul 2024, 01:10 PM