Span­ish Fork Main Street re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion be­gin­ning May 9


Be­gin­ning May 9, the Utah Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion will be­gin re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion work on Main Street in Span­ish Fork. This work is part of a larger project that will see roads in both Span­ish Fork and Maple­ton repaved and resur­faced dur­ing the sum­mer. The Span­ish Fork Main Street work be­gin­ning in May will in­clude the fol­low­ing:

• Re­con­struct­ing ex­ist­ing pedes­trian ramps from 300 South to 1000 North

• Add sec­ond north­bound right turn lane from Main Street to 1000 North

• Curb and gut­ter work at 10th North and Main Street

• Re­plac­ing the storm drain be­tween 800 and 900 North along north­bound lanes

• Re­con­struct­ing drive­way ap­proaches be­tween 500 and 600 North

• Re­plac­ing one and a half inches of as­phalt from 300 South to 1000 North

The work will con­sist of re­plac­ing one and a half inches of pave­ment from 1000 North to 300 South along Main Street and the ad­di­tion of a sec­ond north­bound right turn lane at 1000 North. In ad­di­tion to re­plac­ing the road­way sur­face, crews will re­con­struct ex­ist­ing pedes­trian ramps through­out the project. Curb and gut­ter, storm drain and drive­way ap­proaches will be re­placed or re­paired at spe­cific lo­ca­tions. Dur­ing this project, on-street park­ing will be af­fected in the ar­eas where crews are work­ing. Ac­cess to busi­nesses and res­i­dences will be main­tained dur­ing busi­ness hours. There may be short de­lays when crews are re­mov­ing or re­plac­ing pave­ment or trench­ing in front of drive­way ap­proaches. Span­ish Fork’s Main Street be­tween 300 South and the I-15 in­ter­change is sched­uled to be com­pletely re­done this sum­mer by UDOT, with the old as­phalt re­moved and new as­phalt laid.

Span­ish Fork’s 400 North is also sched­uled to be torn up and repaved. This project will in­clude all of 400 North in Span­ish Fork and con­tinue up the road east into Maple­ton where it be­comes 1600 South. In Maple­ton, the resur­fac­ing work will con­tinue east on 1600 South to Main Street, where the work will turn north and Main Street from 1600 South to Maple Street will be repaved. In ad­di­tion to these ma­jor projects, some roads in the Span­ish Fork area will re­ceive a new road sur­face over the top of the ex­ist­ing road. This will hap­pen on US 6 be­tween the I-15 in­ter­change and the mouth of Span­ish Fork Canyon as well as on Span­ish Fork’s Main Street south of 300 South to Ar­row­head Trail Road. Also, High­way 77 through Lake Shore will be resur­faced.

To help the pub­lic stay in­formed about the work as the sum­mer pro­gresses, a pub­lic in­for­ma­tion team has been put to­gether by UDOT to act as a con­sis­tent source of in­for­ma­tion for res­i­dents and busi­nesses. This team will be send­ing out weekly emails to the pub­lic pro­vid­ing up­dates about con­struc­tion and po­ten­tial traf­fic de­lays. To sign up to re­ceive the email, send a mes­sage to sf­main­ or call 1-855-307-9363.

The fifth-grade win­ners of Nebo School Dis­trict’s first-ever El­e­men­tary Key­board­ing Cham­pi­onship were: First, Fran­cisca Her­nan­dez; sec­ond, Kayla Huish; third, Aiden At­wood; fourth, Caleb Isom; fifth, Sean Chan­dler; sixth, Brycen Asay; sev­enth, Sa­van­nah Stin­son; eighth, Nique Dixon; ninth, Sueisen Gar­cia; 10th, Jake Yoder; 11th, David Bartholomew; 12th, Kim Saili; 13th, Ash­lyn Boyes; and 14th, Sam Whi­taker.

The fourth-grade win­ners of Nebo School Dis­trict’s first-ever El­e­men­tary Key­board­ing Cham­pi­onship were: First, Brit­ton Childs; sec­ond, Han­nah Beecher; third, Ash­ton Beehre; fourth, Matthew Mellinger; fifth, Tyler Phelps; sixth, Mcken­zie Cook; sev­enth, Eli El­der; eighth, Hailee Evans; ninth (tie), Paris Terry and Emily Gwilliam; 10th Mika Krom­men­hoek; 11th Kay­den Labrum; 12th Noah But­ler; 13th Maci Niel­son; 14th Nathan Swin­ford; 15th Joren Row­ley; and 16th, Vic­to­ria Lid­dle.

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