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Breckenridge’s street improvement project gets underway

Breckenridge’s street improvement project gets underway
July 31
09:11 2023

The City of Breckenridge’s street improvement project got started last week, as planned, with the initial work concentrating around Breckenridge schools.

The City has contracted with Raydon, Inc., for the work that includes upgrading Rose Avenue from Walker Street to Seventh Street; Elliott Street from Breckenridge Avenue (U.S. Highway 183) to Harvey Street; Seventh Street from Parks Street to Breckenridge Avenue; and the intersections of North Miller Street and First Street, and North Miller and Second Street, both of which are intersections near Breckenridge High School. Additionally, repair work will be done on the intersections of Harvey and Elm Street, Harvey and Hullum Street, Harvey and Williams Street, and Hullum and Hartford Street.

The City is asking that residents not park on the streets undergoing repairs.

This current street improvement project is expected to be complete by Aug. 14, but additional repairs around the city are being planned.


Cutline, top photo: Workers prepare roads to be repaired and resurfaced at the intersection of North Miller Street and West Second Street on Friday, July 28. The road work around Breckenridge will continue for the next several weeks as the City of Breckenridge moves forward with its street improvement plan. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)




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