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Vine Avenue closed to through traffic from 160th to 170th streets

Apr 01, 2014

Washington County will close one mile of W64 (Vine Avenue) from 160th Street to 170th Street to through traffic for a reinforced concrete box culvert extension and 6-inch portland cement concrete overlay project. According to county engineer Jacob Thorius, “This work will complete the long-planned improvements on Vine Avenue from Highland High School north to the county line.”

Cedar Valley Corp. of Waterloo was awarded the project at a cost of $580,722. Federal and state surface transportation program dollars will be used to pay for the project.

The road closure will begin Monday, April 7. Traffic will be detoured using G36/220th Street, Highway 218, and Highway 22. Residents are advised to use the designated detour and to use caution while traveling on the detour. W64 will be closed to through traffic for the duration of the project, which is tentatively schedule to be completed in early summer.

Any questions about the project should be directed to the Washington County Engineer’s Office.



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