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Perry Street Downtown set to be one-way starting Sept. 11

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Perry Street Downtown set to be one-way starting Sept. 11

As Downtown Castle Rock transforms this year, additional parking is a priority for the local government.

 

Overall, the Town expects to gain more than two dozen parking spaces among multiple projects Downtown, including the Festival Park redesign. But to get there, roadwork will be required.

 

Starting Sept. 11, crews will be working to shape new parking spaces along Perry Street adjacent to the park. For the safety of the workers and the traveling public, Perry Street will be turned into a one-way-only street going north between South Street (just south of the Town Hall parking lot) and Third Street. This traffic pattern is expected to last through late September.

 

The detour for southbound traffic is Perry Street south to Third Street west to Wilcox Street, and then Wilcox Street south.

 

The Town expects construction of the new roundabout at Third and Perry streets to be completed before this work begins.

 

Please pay extra attention while driving through any construction zone. Remember – all businesses remain open during construction Downtown.

 

For a look at all lane and road closures within Town, visit CRgov.com/Roadwork.