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11th Street Sidewalk

11th Street Sidewalk

Overview map showing where a new sidewalk running along the west side of 11th street, along with
Project Overview Map
a large backhoe works to clean out a ditch, exposing drainage infrastructure with road closed signs in the foreground
Road closed between Baker and Ames Streets
new gravel is piled in front of an old damaged culvert with water trickling through. The work area is defined with orange plastic barriers.
looking toward the Intermediate Center
a large backhoe works over a concrete culvert, with two men in yellow safety vests and hats looking on
drainage infrastructure work
complete sidewalks for the Safe Routes to School plan

11th Street is closed to through traffic from Baker Street to Ames Street beginning Monday, February 12. A Kansas Department of Transportation contractor, Killough Construction, is constructing a sidewalk along the west side of 11th from Ames to High Street.


Road closed between Baker and Ames Streets

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Project Timeline

A rough timeline of the entire project is as follows:

  • 11th street sidewalk, including the drainage infrastructure work between Baker and Ames, will continue through late March. The road will remain closed to through traffic during that time.
  • The High Street segment from 4th to 2nd from approximately late March into early April. 
  • 2nd Street sidewalk from Fremont to Highway 56 in April. 
  • Quayle Street sidewalk from 6th to the Junior High in late April. 

All of this timing is approximate and weather dependent.

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