A City of Greeley waterline placement project will affect traffic along Harmony Rd. in Windsor between Weld County Rd. 15 and Latham Pkwy. beginning Monday, Oct. 23, weather permitting.
Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction during the project, which is slated to take approximately three weeks to complete. Drivers are asked to use caution when driving through the area.
While no full closure is planned for Harmony Rd., both Duncroft Dr. and Notley Dr. will be closed at Harmony Rd. for the duration of construction. Residents in the area are encouraged to use Latham Pkwy. to and from the west, and WCR 15 to and from the east.
The waterline is part of the City of Greeley’s Terry Ranch Waterline Project, which will provide treated drinking water to the North Weld County Water District, the Town of Windsor and the City of Greeley.
Crews had originally planned to bore underneath Harmony Rd. to avoid traffic impacts in the area. Because of complications with underground conditions, the line will instead need to be installed by burying the line, backfilling and then patching the road.
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