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The City of Gillette announces the following road and lane closures: 

Flying Circle Drive
Flying Circle Drive will be closed from Jack Plane Lane to Shipwheel Lane from May 11th through June 21st. The reason for this closure is for street repairs associated with the 2020 Pavement Management Schedule project funded by Penny Power.

6th Street and Green Avenue
6th Street will be closed from Highway 59 to Gurley Avenue from June 1st through June 30th. Green Avenue will be closed at the intersection of 6th Street. The reason for this closure is for installation of a new water main as part of the 2020 Water Main Replacement Project funded by Penny Power.

4th Street and Green Avenue
4th Street will be closed from Highway 59 to Gurley Avenue from June 15th through July 17th. Green Avenue will be closed at the intersection of 6th Street. The reason for this closure is for installation of a new water main as part of the 2020 Water Main Replacement Project funded by Penny Power.

6th Street, Carey Avenue, Emerson Avenue, and Miller Avenue - Extension
6th Street will be closed from Kendrick Avenue to Miller Avenue from May 20th through June 15th.  Carey Avenue, Emerson Avenue, and Miller Avenue intersections will be open to local traffic but closed to through traffic. The reason for this closure is for street repairs associated with the 2020 Pavement Management Schedule project funded by Penny Power.

Highway 50
Significant construction activities will continue on Highway 50 from Lakeway Road to Southern Drive from May 2020 through June 2020. During this timeframe, traffic control devices and flaggers will facilitate 1-way traffic in both directions. Expect delays. The traveling public is encouraged to use alternate routes when possible. Truck traffic is strongly encouraged to use alternate routes. This is a WYDOT project.

EVENTS
8th Street, Miller Avenue, and Brooks Avenue
8th Street will be closed from Miller Avenue to Brooks Avenue on June 18th from 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. for a Campbell County Chamber of Commerce event.