250th St. Paving Project begins May 1

posted on 4/26/24
posted by Secondary Roads

Paving will begin next week on 250th Street/County Route D50 between Highway 31 and Mason Avenue/County Route L27.   The road will be closed next week so that grade preparation can be completed, followed by placement of a 9" PCC Pavement.   The intersection of 250th Street and Mason Avenue will also be completed to the north, completing the intersection realignment at the east end of the project.   

The project will likely take 8-10 weeks to complete.   The $2.4 million dollar project is the final project that is partially funded by the Special Project Levy that was paid by county property taxes ending in 2018.   The lag in time between grading, which was completed in 2021, and paving has allowed the road grade to settle over three winters and achieve stability prior to paving.   

If anyone  has questions about the project, please contact either Mark Nahra or Jacob Gilreath at the County Engineers Office, phone number 712-873-3215.

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This content was printed from the County website at woodburycountyiowa.gov on July 15, 2024.