Farmington Prepares for Downtown Construction

Farmington's Main Street from (L-R) Orchard Ave. to Miller.

Main Street from Hill Avenue to Allen Avenue will be CLOSED beginning Monday, January 6, 2020, through Friday, June 5, 2020, for the Downtown Farmington Revitalization - Complete Street Project, Phase 1. 

From the CIty of Farmington

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Please be advised that Main Street from Hill Avenue to Allen Avenue will be CLOSED beginning Monday, January 6, 2020, through Friday, June 5, 2020, for the Downtown Farmington Revitalization - Complete Street Project, Phase 1. 

 

Construction Hours: 7:00am – 7:00pm

 

Detours and barricading will be in place. Motorists are advised to use Broadway. All public parking lots and alleyways are open and accessible.  Allen Avenue, northbound and southbound, will remain open during Phase 1.  Pedestrian access to all buildings and businesses will be maintained. 

 

Stay up to date with the project status at: www.heartoffarmington.org

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Please be advised the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs Department and the Community Works Department will begin project preparation of the Main Street Complete Streets project beginning Friday, December 27th, 2019 through Tuesday, December 31st, 2019. The Traffic Engineering Division will be responsible for traffic control and street closures. 

 

Street Closure Phases:

 

PHASE 1

Phase 1 is anticipated to begin Friday, December 27th, 2019 through Sunday, December 29th, 2019. Main Street will be CLOSED between Miller Avenue (Wall Avenue) and Behrend Avenue. Commercial Avenue will be CLOSED at Main Street. Orchard Avenue and Allen Avenue will remain OPEN for northbound and southbound traffic ONLY.

 

PHASE 2

Phase 2 is anticipated to begin Sunday December 29th, 2019 through Tuesday December 31st, 2019. Main Street will be CLOSED between Behrend Avenue and Auburn Avenue. Locke Avenue will remain OPEN for northbound and southbound traffic ONLY.

 Motorists are advised to avoid the area and seek alternate routes.

Should you have any questions regarding the traffic control and street closures, please do not hesitate to call the Traffic Engineering Division at 505-599-8215.

 

         Please use caution as you travel through construction zones. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.  

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