Roundabout Opening At Crawford and Colville

Deer Park is heading into Phase 2 of the construction on the Crawford and Colville project. The roundabout will be open as Phase 1 is nearly completed. There will be a reduction to detours during the reconstruction between Crawford and 3rd on Colville.

Roger Krieger, Community Services Director for Deer Park, announced at a recent City Council meeting that barring any natural catastrophe the Crawford Colville Roundabout will open on Monday, June 21st, 2021. The detours will also be changing on Monday as the next stage of work will be started.  After opening during Phase 2, drivers will not be able to go north on Colvile from the intersection however they will be able to go south, east, or west. The end of phase one also includes the signage, bollards however there will be no street light at this time. Phase 2 will include the reconstruction of Colville Road, including its curb, gutter, sidewalk, waterline, and sewer replacement, from Crawford to 3rd. The detour for the next phase is to run north on Stevens between Crawford and 4th. The city was targeting having the roundabout ready for Settlers Day.

Previous articles about the Crawford and Colville roundabout can be found online at:

News.dpgazette.com/2020/03/yes-another-roundabout/

News.dpgazette.com/2019/12/round-and-round-we-go/

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