- Special Sections
- Public Notices
For more information about the projects listed below, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call 662-8150, or visit the “Projects” link at www.losalamosnm.us. Motorists are asked to slow down and use caution within the construction work zones.
Central Avenue Improvements Project:
Central Avenue continues to be fully closed between 15th Street and the Post Office driveway. Access to the Post Office will be maintained.
Vehicles will be detoured to Deacon Street and the Main Street driveway into Central Park Square is also closed.
A pedestrian crossing is located near Starbucks and additional pedestrian detours are posted. Pedestrians are asked to use these detours and stay out of the work zone and to use alternate business entrances including those along Deacon, 15th Street, 20th Street and Nectar.
NM502 / Trinity Storm Drain Improvements:
Final roadway marking and striping was delayed due to rain. There may be traffic control at the Trinity and Knecht intersection early this week to allow for final roadway markings and striping.
Western Area Improvements Phase 2:
Work continues on 46th Street and 47th Street off Trinity. Access to residences as well as services such as mail delivery, emergency services, trash and recycling collection will be maintained.
Diamond Drive Lane Closure:
Traffic and streets crews will be working on Diamond Drive to replace three damaged curb and gutter areas between Urban and Sycamore in the southbound lane. The work will include a full lane closure on Wednesday between 5:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Morning commuters may experience some delays.
If there is a weather delay, the work will be rescheduled to Thursday or Friday. The goal is to complete these repairs before school starts on Aug. 14.
Sound Wall between Tewa Loop and Airport Road:
Shoulder work continues on the south side of East Drive. Motorists are asked not to park on the south side of East Drive.
Construction updates are posted at www.losalamosnm.us each Friday explaining traffic control to be expected for the following week. Interested residents may also subscribe to The Cone Zone newsletter and receive automatic traffic updates via e-mail each week — subscriptions can be done at the “Newsletters” link on the home page. Project updates are also available via newsletter subscription on the same page.