Twin Falls keeps growing. People keep needing water for their property. This is why the Hankins Pressure Zone Project exists. Blame progress if you don’t like it. Nothing gets in the way of progress.

What Areas are Falling Prey to the Hankins Pressure Zone Project Next?

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There is still a lingering bit of work to be done from the recent road closure that occurred the last week of March. Filer Ave. East from Hankins Road to Meadowview Lane worked around road closures. Now there are lingering improvements yet to be made at the intersection of Filer Ave and Meadowview Lane North. Drivers can plan to have the intersection closed on April 8th and 9th.

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But the Hankins Pressure Zone Project has far to go. For now, travelers wishing to traverse Filer Avenue from Meadowview Lane North to Carriage Lane will find themselves with partial lane closures beginning Monday, April 8th. Lanes will be shifting and narrowing during this stage of project improvements.

Weather conditions can always play a factor in any delays. This part of the project is not expected to be completed until Friday, April 19th.

Motorists should be aware that there may be full closures at times during the project and are advised to avoid the area if at all possible during construction. Vehicles unable to avoid the area should expect detours and delays.

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Any questions about the project can be asked by contacting Extreme Excavation Inc. at 208-821-2868.

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