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South Midland Reconstruction Project Community Information Meetings – November 12

South Midland Reconstruction Project Community Information Meetings – November 12

Two virtual meetings scheduled for November 12

The City of Glenwood Springs is rebuilding the South Midland Avenue corridor. This 18-month reconstruction project will better serve the South Glenwood Springs Community. This roadway is prone to potholes, intersections have poor site lines, the corridor experiences regular rockfall events, there are gaps in pedestrian infrastructure and traffic volumes are on the rise. Approximately one-third of Glenwood Springs residents use this corridor, so that is why it is critical to Keep South Midland Moving. Construction is expected to begin in December 2020 and continue through summer 2022.

Join us Thursday, November 12, 2020 to learn more about the project at one of the two community informational meetings. The first session will be from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. and the second session is from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Questions and answers will be taken at both sessions. Spanish interpretation is also available at each session.

“These two virtual meetings will establish a kick off to our public information and outreach program throughout the project timeline,” said City of Glenwood Springs Project Manager for South Midland Ryan Johnson. “We have a lot of work ahead so please tune in and learn more about how to Keep South Midland Moving.”

Virtual Meeting Information 

Zoom login information can be found on www.cogs.us/calendar, turn to November 12, 2020.

Project Information:

All traffic impacts, travel advisories, and construction updates will be announced via City of Glenwood Springs Notify Me for South Midland. Sign up to receive project email or text alerts at cogs.us/NotifyMe. Project information will also be posted on the City’s webpage: cogs.us/SouthMidland.

Project Phone (call or text): 970-618-5379

Project Email: [email protected]

Project Webpage: cogs.us/SouthMidland