We all need to get from point A to point B. Even in the winter, construction can get in the way. You can follow the detour signs where indicated and know the trip is just going to be longer. Or, if possible, you can avoid the area altogether.

On Thursday, November 30th, The City of Twin Falls will close Shoup Avenue West. The Closure between Martin Street and Rose Street is slated to last from 5 AM to 8 PM.

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Anyone who can avoid the area for the duration is encouraged to do so. The area will be closed to thru traffic during the construction, but anyone who needs to get to businesses affected will have access, but are asked to please be cautious of workers in the area.

The Twin Falls Water Department is installing a new water service line to the 100 block of Martin Street. Any questions about the project or should contact the Department at 208-736-2274.

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