On Monday, the City of Sioux Falls will begin its Street Improvement Season.
The work begins on West 41st Street from Ellis Road to east of Grinnell Avenue. The project will widen 41st Street from Ellis Road to Sertoma Avenue. 41st Street will now have four lanes, a center median, turn lanes and bike lanes.
During construction traffic will be diverted to 26th Street. Drivers are asked to use alternate routes. Business and residential access will be maintained but no through traffic will be allowed. The majority of the project should be completed by November.
The Russell Street project will continue and will be finished in October.
Tenth Street and Sycamore will be reconstructed. A right turn lane will be added along with dual left turn lanes. Work will begin in April and last until October.
The stretch of 12th Street from Carolyn to Kiwanis will receive extensive concrete joint repairs beginning in April and lasting until November 1.
Second Avenue from 10th Street to 11th will be reconstructed with work beginning in May and completed by July.
Eighth Street from Fairfax to Sherman will also be reconstructed and realigned at Cliff Avenue. That project will start in May and finish in October.
To stay up to date on street construction, check out www.siouxfalls.org/street-construction.