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F58/200th St. Construction Updates

Posted on: April 24, 2020

[ARCHIVED] F58/200th St Update 4/24/20

April 24, 2020

To: Residents/Landowners along F58/200th St. from Durant to Walcott

SUBJECT: Construction along F58/200th St.

As you may be aware, Muscatine/Scott County plan to overlay F58/200th St. between Durant and Walcott within the next several years. To prepare for the overlay project many cross culverts along F58/200th St. will be replaced this spring/summer. In addition to the culverts, longitudinal subdrains will be placed along both edges of the road through the entire project area. Subdrains will outlet into the ditches approximately every 500 feet and will be marked with metal posts. Ditches will be reshaped in some areas to insure subdrains outlet properly.

Hagerty Earthworks of Muscatine, Iowa is the primary contractor for this project. While construction is underway, F58/200th St. will be closed to through traffic. Access will be maintained to all residents/landowners from at least one direction at all times. As construction progresses your direction of access may vary. Traffic will be detoured using Y26/Yankee Ave, I80 and Y40/60th Ave. Hagerty Earthworks intends to close the road and begin construction on May 4th.  At this time they plan to begin replacing culverts/ditching on the west end and make their way east. 

Muscatine County will be providing additional notifications as the project progresses. Due to the large number of residents/landowners, mailed notifications will be rare. You may check our website for updates at co.muscatine.ia.us/421/Construction or you may sign up for notifications through the Muscatine County Website. To signup go to co.muscatine.ia.us/421/Construction, click the “notify me” icon on the left side of the page, enter your email and follow the instructions for signing up.

We understand this project will cause an inconvenience to many but hope that you will find the end product is worth it.

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