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Indio roadwork may impact school traffic

Paving project near Theodore Roosevelt School

INDIO, Calif. - The city of Indio’s Public Works Department will be repaving streets in two neighborhoods. One of the projects could impact traffic around Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School.

Calhoun Street and Dr. Carreon Boulevard:

The neighborhood generally located east of Calhoun St. and south of Dr. Carreon Blvd. will have pavement ground on Monday, October 16 and repaved on Tuesday, October 17. This is near the east enterance to Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School and could impact pick-up and drop-off traffic.

Hopi Avenue:

The neighborhood on Hopi Avenue, from the west end of Cahuilla Park to the west terminus of Hopi Avenue, will be repaved along with the five cul-de-sacs that branch off of Hopi Ave. to the north side. The pavement will be ground on Tuesday, October 17, and the repaving will be on Wednesday, October 18 and Thursday, October 19. 

The city said Measure X funds would be used for the projects. Residents are required to move vehicles on the street and will experience road closures during street grinding and repaving operations. Any vehicles that are not moved will be towed. Work will take place from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

For more information, call 760-625-1802.

 


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