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Date Posted: 11/4/2021
South Johns Avenue Project Update

Emmett—Road paving has been completed! Crews will continue to be onsite finishing the remaining sidewalks and PED ramps from 7th to 12th, along with installing new signage and striping the roadway. Concrete collars are also being poured on existing utility values and manholes

 

Please be patient as work is underway. Motorists are advised to watch for signage that will be present to direct traffic around the work zone.

 

If you have any questions call Clint Seamons Public Works Director at 208-365-9569 ext. 7. He can provide an update on the project that is being completed by the consultant and the contractor.

Date Posted: 10/6/2021
South Johns Avenue Project Update

Emmett—Currently construction is in full road closure from Peach St to 12th St on Johns Ave. 

 

Please be patient as work is underway. Motorists are advised to watch for signage that will be present to direct traffic around the work zone.

 

If you have any questions call Clint Seamons Public Works Director at 208-365-9569 ext. 7. He can provide an update on the project that is being completed by the consultant and the contractor.

Date Posted: 9/7/2021
South Johns Avenue project in second phase

Emmett—Construction is being done in phases on South Johns Avenue. This work is rehabilitating the roadway from 4th St to 12th St.


Currently construction is moving from first phase into second phase. There may be intermittent road closures due to utilities being moved out of road way.

Construction Phases:

  1. Phase will be from E 4th Street to the north side of E 7th Street.

  2. Phase will be from E 7th Street to the entrance of Meadow View Assisted Living.

  3. Phase will start past the entrance of Meadow View Assisted Living to E 12th Street.

 

Please be patient as we keep traffic moving while work is underway. Motorists are advised to watch for flaggers or signage that will be present to direct traffic through the work zone.

 

The contractor will be paving the roadway the last week in October due to a delay in the removal of power poles from the roadway. Every attempt is being made by the contractor to get back on schedule.

 

If you have any questions call Clint Seamons Public Works Director at 208-365-9569 ext. 7. He can provide an update on the project that is being completed by a the consultant and the contractor.

Date Posted: 7/15/2021
Work to begin June 7th, 2021 on South Johns Avenue

Emmett—Construction is expected to begin Monday, June 7, 2021 on South Johns Avenue in Gem County. This work will rehabilitate the roadway from 4th St to 12th St.


Construction will involve removing the existing surface, widening and repaving the roadway. The new structural sections will include roundabouts at 4th and 12th, as well as street lights, curb, gutter, sidewalk, and bike lanes


While work is underway, motorists are advised to watch for flaggers or signage that will be present to direct traffic through the work zone.

 

Starting from 7/15/21 the road will be completely closed from 4th Street to 7th Street for approximately 30 days until that section is complete.


This project is expected to be substantially completed by mid-October. The primary contractor is Diamond Contractors LLC

Date Posted: 5/24/2021
South Johns Avenue Rehabilitation Project

Construction on South Johns Avenue Rehabilitation Project will start June 7th 2021.

Follow all posted traffic control signage

Date Posted: 05/19/2021

Payette River Orchards/Highland Subdivision Notice of Road Closure

On June 1 2021 12th ST will be closed starting from Panama Ave to the bridge for total road reconstruction.

 

Follow all posted traffic control signage.

Date Posted: 04/20/2021

Water Systems Flushing

Everyone expects their water to be clear and good tasting. So, in order to keep your water that way, we, at the City of Emmett will be conducting our Water Systems Flushing and Water Valve Exercising Programs.

Our purpose is to remove sediments which naturally build up in the water lines.

You may notice a drop in water pressure, daily, from May 3rd to the 14th, 2021. You may also notice some sediment or slight discoloration of your water. If you do, let your water run hard for a few minutes to clear the lines to your home.

If, after attempting to clear your lines, you still notice a problem, with your water, give us a call at 208-365-9569 opt 7.

We'll be happy to clear things up!

City of Emmett Public Works