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13400 South CenterCal Project

Riverton City is constructing the CenterCal project on 13400 South and Mountain View Corridor. As this project is under construction, Layton Construction will be performing roadwork on 13400 South between 4500 West and Mountain View Corridor impacting all lanes of traffic in both directions. There will be multiple lane changes but traffic will always flow with restrictions.

Road work begins March 12, 2018 and should complete by April 30, 2018 baring unseen conditions or potential weather delays.

If you have concerns or questions, please contact Riverton City at 801-254-0704

Autumn Crest Blvd ExtensionAutumnCrestExt

This project is intended to extend the Autumn Crest Blvd from the new high school to the Herriman City boundary (i.e. approximately 13800 South). Riverton City will construct the road from the Herriman City boundary to 13400 South. The design is complete and ready to advertise for bid, however, Right of Way (ROW) has not been acquired. Herriman City Will move forward with contractor procurement once ROW has been secured.

Herriman Main Street Connector Segment No. 3 MainSt

This project will extend the Herriman Main Street from Anthem Blvd to the Herriman City northern boundary. The awarded contractor has been given a notice to proceed and we anticipate that it will be substantially complete before July 2018.

6400 West 13400 South Road Widening and Traffic Signal 6400W

The traffic signal is currently being constructed by Salt Lake County Public Works. We anticipate that this will be complete the beginning of this summer.

The road widening will add a dedicated right hand turn lane onto eastbound 13400 South from 6400 West. This project is currently being designed and we anticipate construction completion by the middle of this summer.

2018 Secondary Water Improvements

This project includes various secondary water transmission and distribution lines throughout Herriman City that will provide connection to existing secondary water lines to secondary water sources. The project has been awarded and we anticipate completion the end of summer 2018.

Anticipated schedule is as follows:

  • Rosecrest Road – April 2 – May 4th
  • Butterfield Parkway & 6400 West – April 23 – June 5th
  • Emmeline Dr. – May 28 – July 20th
  • Rosecreek Crossing & 6600 West – June 15 – July 10th
  • Rose Canyon – July 2 – August 1st

The construction schedule is subject to change due to weather, emergencies or equipment/supply issues.

To receive weekly e-mail updates on the project, or for questions or comments, please contact us:

  • Hotline: 1-800-948-4002
  • E-mail: herrimanwaterproject@gmail.com (for the weekly update send an e-mail with “updates” in the subject line)

 

Desert Creek Trail

This project include a new trail along Rose Creek and provides a couple pedestrian crossings over the Creek. Once the project is complete, it will connect existing trail system at The Cove at Herriman Springs and extend the trail to the east end of Dester Creek development (i.e. 6600 West on the north side of the Creek). The project is in the design phase and we anticipate that it will be complete the beginning or spring of 2019.

Butterfield Park Trail/Maintenance Access Road Improvements

There is an existing gravel maintenance access and trail that runs along the east side of the Butterfield Park. This project will pave this access for future park events including the parade and car shows. This project is in the design phase and the construction phase will begin fall of 2018.

6000 West Roadway Widening

The scope of this project will include improvements along 6000 West such as new asphalt, curb and gutter, and sidewalk from Herriman Blvd. to approximately 80 feet short of Grandpere Ave. Once the design is complete and the anticipated funds are acquired, Herriman City will advertise for bids. We anticipate construction will begin this summer and complete before the end of the year.

Heritage Place Secondary Water Service Lateral Improvements 

Secondary water pipes and individual service laterals were installed when the Heritage Place development was constructed. Now that secondary water will be made available to each home, a meter box will be installed and ready for individual owners to connect at their discretion. This project will improve deficiencies of the existing service laterals and meter boxes for each home. The construction contract is currently underway and we anticipate completing the project the middle of this summer.

Herriman Blvd Landscaping and Street Light Improvements 

This project is planned to install landscape and street lights along the south side of Herriman Blvd from Herriman Main Street to 6400 West. This project is in the design phase and we anticipate advertising for bids before summer. Since the budget is not sufficient for the entire project, the contractor will install landscaping and street lights along the boulevard starting on the east end and working west as far as the allotted budget will allow. The remaining part of the project will be completed when additional funds are made available.

11800 South Mill & Overlay 

The roadway along 11800 South between 5600 West and Freedom Park Blvd is deteriorating. This project will mill off the top few inches of asphalt and overlay a new layer of asphalt in its place. This will be done to avoid a costly removal and replacement of all the asphalt if it’s allowed to age beyond disrepair. The project is intended to be complete in the middle of this fall.

Blackridge & Prairie Oaks Structures

The Blackridge Reservoir is in need of a storage facility for the maintenance of the reservoir and the park. Additionally, Herriman City plans to design and construct a new restroom facility for the Prairie Oaks park located at approximately 13900 South 7300 West. This project is intended to be design this spring and installed before the end of fall.

5600 West Herriman Main Street Intersection Pavement Improvements

The condition of the asphalt at this intersection is poor and will require a full replacement or a mill and overlay at the least. The scope of this project will extend beyond the intersection and along Herriman Main Street for a few hundred feet. Herriman City intends to complete the construction drawings this spring and complete installation before the end of this fall.

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