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Spanish Fork/Santaquin Pipeline

Payson Spring Lake Reach

                    Road Closure

Crews are working along Main Street

doing utility relocation work. 

Main Street is currently closed to

through traffic from 600 South to 800

South. This closure is expected to last

approximately two more weeks.

THIS WEEK

Paving Intersection Friday

Crews will be paving the intersection at

Main Street and 800 South on Friday,

July 31st. Traffic will be limited to a single

lane during paving.

IMPACTS

Traffic along the various roadways may

experience temporary closures and/or

restricted access. Expect to encounter

delays and single-lane traffic within the

work zone, as well as equipment noise

and vibrations.

SAFETY

For your own safety, and the safety of

other drivers, and the workers; please

slow down and be careful to observe

traffic signs, cones, the workers, and

equipment within the work zones.

STAY INFORMED

We encourage you to sign up for the weekly updates so that you are aware of potential impacts. Just send an email to paysonreach@gmail.com and enter “Spring Lake Reach Updates” in the subject line.

SCHEDULE

Start Construction:
July 6, 2020


Finish Construction:
June 15, 2022


Workdays:
Monday – Friday


Work Hours:
7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

*Note: Schedules are subject to change due to weather conditions and material availability.

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD) together with VanCon, Inc. are installing the Payson Spring Lake Reach segment of the Spanish Fork/Santaquin Pipeline. This is a sixty-inch large diameter steel pipe that will be buried below portions of 700 South, Main Street, 1400 South, and State Street/S.R. 198 (see map below). Work this summer, fall and winter will focus on relocating existing utilities buried below the road to make room for this new pipeline, and then installing it. Once the pipe is installed, a new asphalt surface will be placed along the affected roadways.

 

  DETOUR MAP

 
 

Dear Landowner:

 

The Central Utah Water Conservancy District is constructing a 60-inch water pipeline that will convey water from Strawberry Reservoir to the cities and towns of south Utah County.  This pipeline is known as the Spanish Fork Santaquin Pipeline of the Utah Lake Drainage Basin Water Delivery System, Central Utah Project Completion Act.  Water deliveries from the pipeline will be made to cities and towns for secondary system use.

A 4-mile segment of the pipeline known as the Payson Spring Lake Reach will extend from P-mountain ridge along 700 South to Main Street, along Main Street from 800 South to 1400 South, along 1400 South from Main Street to State Route 198, and along State Route 198 to 12800 South.  A map showing the pipeline alignment is attached to this letter.  The start of construction of this pipeline is expected to begin in mid-July with utility relocation and replacement work in advance of the larger pipeline.  The installation of the 60-inch diameter pipeline is expected to begin in mid-September.  Construction of the full 4-mile reach will extend into the spring of 2022.

As part of the construction and in coordination with Payson City, many of the city utilities will be replaced with new material and some utilities will be increased in size to match current day standards.  Most service laterals for sewer, water and pressure irrigation to the homes are planned to be replaced with new material and new meter cans installed. The contractor is planning to begin in July with replacement of sewer lines and laterals that must be relocated.  Due to the age of some of the city street area, it is planned to remove all street asphalt and subgrade on 700 South from 600 East to Main Street.  Main Street subgrade and asphalt will be fully removed and upgraded from 700 South to 1150 South Main Street.  Other street areas on 700 South, Main Street and 1400 South will be milled and overlaid at the end of construction for the full width of the street and re-striped.  Portions of 700 South will be widened with curb and sidewalk added in some areas.

The pressure irrigation lines of Strawberry Highline Canal Company within State Route 198 will be replaced with new lines.  The culinary water lines of Spring Lake Water Works Company in State Route 198 will be replaced with new larger pipe to upgrade to current standards.  The aging 4-inch steel City waterlines in the highway will be replaced with new 8-inch pipe.

The construction will maintain two lanes of traffic (one each direction with shifted lanes) on the State highway.  Pipeline and street reconstruction work within Payson City streets will require rolling closures of portions of streets with access maintained to local homes within the work zone.  All other traffic will be detoured.  Some reaches will have timing restrictions.  The construction of the 60-inch pipe in the reach of Main Street near the high school will be limited to the periods when school is not in session.  Main Street will be fully paved and open during Onion Days.  Installation of the 60-inch pipeline across the vacant block between 700 South and 800 South will have a completion deadline of December 15, 2020 so as not to interfere with Payson City’s planned construction of recreational facilities in this block.

The construction contract was bid and awarded to VanCon, Inc. based in Springville, Utah in April.  The construction contract requires the contractor to have a public information person available during construction to keep landowners informed and to answer construction questions and concerns.  VanCon, Inc. has hired Jacques & Associates to perform the public information duties. Issues about construction status, detour routes and access during construction should be directed to Jacques & Associates. They can be reached at (800) 278-4282 or paysonreach@gmail.com.  A construction website has been set up and will be maintained during construction www.paysonreach.com

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jacques & Associates.  If they cannot answer a question, they will direct the question to the appropriate person.

 

 

        PROJECT MAP

 

 

 

 

UPDATE

Payson Spring Lake Reach

 
 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Please contact the public information team with any questions or concerns.

Hotline: 1-800-278-4282

Email: paysonreach@gmail.com

We encourage you to sign up for the weekly updates so that you are aware of potential impacts. Just send an email to paysonreach@gmail.com and enter "Spring Lake Reach Updates" in the subject line. 

Photos

Project Map

 

Contact Information

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