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Landscape project on West Lindsey begins Monday

On Monday at approximately 9 a.m., a contractor working for the city will begin installing irrigation lines and plantings on the south side of West Lindsey Street from McGee Drive to Berry Road. The work will require temporary closure of the outside eastbound lane. The inside eastbound lane will be fully open. Access to businesses will be maintained at all times during this first phase of the project.

The project will be completed in four phases, and is expected to be fully completed by April 15.

Future traffic changes will be announced as they are scheduled.

Questions can be directed to Chris Serrano, construction manager, at 366-5265.



The landscape phase of the project will begin on Monday, February 19with an estimated completion date of April 15, 2018. This is a $245,490 landscape project, which was awarded to Garden Depot of Lawton, Oklahoma. The City of Norman is administering the construction of this project. On August 28, 2012 the citizens of Norman approved a bond issue to finance the local share of eight projects. One of the projects is Lindsey Street from 24th Ave. SW to Berry Road. The proposed improvements include widening Lindsey Street from 3 lanes to 4 lanes with a raised median; a new bridge over Imhoff Creek, continuous sidewalks on both sides of the street; multi-modal improvements including bicycle lanes; aesthetic enhancements including decorative pavement, landscaping, and roadway lighting; underground utilities; accessibility to disabled individuals; and improved drainage system on Lindsey Street.