SAN ANGELO, TX – The City of San Angelo announced Friday that four intersections will be closed starting Tuesday.
The following is the full release from the City of San Angelo.
College Hills Boulevard Project
College Hills Boulevard, south of the intersection of College Hills and Oxford Avenue, will be closed from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for utility work beginning Tuesday, May 31.
Citizens traveling northbound may avoid the closure by traveling west on Millbrook Drive to Southwest Boulevard then to Sherwood Way to Avenue N to access the northern portion of College Hills. Southbound travelers can take Oxford to Sul Ross Street to Vista Del Arroyo to College Hills to access the southern portion of College Hills.
Rio Concho Drive
Beginning Tuesday, May 31, Rio Concho Drive from west of the intersection of Rio Concho Drive and Bell Street to Roosevelt Street will be closed for paving. In addition, from Roosevelt to west of the intersection of Surber Drive and Rio Concho will be reduced to one lane. Citizens traveling to Rio Concho Drive may avoid the closure by accessing west Rio Concho via East Harris Avenue to Magdalen Street.
On Tuesday, May 31, the temporary traffic signals at Twin Mountain Drive and Knickerbocker Road will become inactive in preparation of removing this signal. These were installed temporarily due to Southwest Boulevard construction. Twin Mountain Drive will be under a stop condition, yielding to Knickerbocker traffic as it was in the past.
Washington/Oakes traffic signal
Also on May 31, the traffic signal at Washington Drive and Oakes Street will become inactive and under a 90-day review for possible removal. Once the review period is complete, this signal may be removed permanently. Washington Street will be under a stop condition, yielding to traffic on Oakes Street. This signal is being removed due to changing area traffic conditions no longer warranting a signal, as well as the deteriorating condition of the signal.