The repairs slated for 12th Street from Carolyn Avenue to Kiwanis Avenue have been rescheduled to begin on Monday.
The cool temperatures pushed back the start date for concrete repairs on the road.
The works starts on the outside eastbound lanes at Carolyn Avenue and heads toward Kiwanis Avenue. Following that the westbound outside lanes will be worked on. While the lanes will be closed during repairs, traffic will be maintained during the peak hours in the morning and afternoon.
On Monday, crews begin work on 37th Street, west of Kiwanis.
Construction of a new curbside sidewalk and restoration work will be happening, with the job expected to take one week. Two lane traffic will be maintained.
Starting Tuesday, traffic will be reduced to one lane on 57th Street between Crossing Place and Old Yankton Circle. Crews will be performing sanitary sewer work. The job is expected to be finished by April 25.