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Fort Collins to begin final paving of Zeigler Road July 15

Construction Work

The City of Fort Collins will be resurfacing Zeigler Road from July 15-19, according to a press release from the city.


Zeigler Road will be closed from Harmony Road to Timberwood drive on Sunday July 15.

Cross traffic and driveways will be impacted when the paving reaches those areas.

Access to local businesses will continue throughout the construction.

Construction schedule.

  • July 15:  Ziegler Road CLOSED Harmony Road to Timberwood Drive
  • July 16-17:  Ziegler Road southbound lane closure, Timberwood Drive to Kechter Road (northbound lane open)
  • July 17-19:  Ziegler Road northbound lane closure, Kechter Road to Timberwood Drive (southbound lane open)


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