CURRENT & RECENT PROJECTS

Latest Construction Updates

All listed completion dates are tentative and subject to change

Midland & Ustick Roundabout Construction Project

The Nampa Highway District in partnership with Canyon Highway District No. 4, City of Caldwell and the City of Nampa, will close the intersection of Midland Blvd. and Ustick Rd. north of Nampa to rebuild the intersection into a roundabout. The closure will start May 4th and run through the end of July. Please click here for the full press release.

Cemetery Road - Meadow Park Blvd to Purple Sage Road

Beginning September 8th, construction work will begin on Cemetery Road from Meadow Park to Purple Sage Road. The project consists of rehabilitating the existing roadway pavement section, replacing pipes, and constructing a new asphalt pavement surface. This is expected to take four to six weeks. Cemetery Road will be open to local and emergency vehicle traffic only. Please follow marked detours. 

Pavement Rehabilitation Projects

All listed completion dates are tentative and subject to change

Kingsbury Road

Hwy 44 to Foothill Road
Project: This project consists of road base improvement by pulverizing the existing failing asphalt pavement and leaving it in place to provide additional gravel based depth.  Some excavation and new base placement may be necessary at specific locations.  A new asphalt plant mix pavement surface will be constructed on the 1.2 miles of roadway.  Minor changes to vertical curves, grades, and road width are anticipated to provide greater safety and consistency throughout this road segment.  Pipe replacements and extension, and ditch grading will occur to improve drainage.  This road will be closed to thru traffic during construction with a detour.  However, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: Complete

 

 

Middleton Road

Purple Sage Road to Goodson Road
Project: This project will consist of pavement pulverization, with an additional gravel base to increase the pavement section or complete base replacement.  This will be followed by construction of a new asphalt plant mix pavement surface on 2.0 miles of roadway.  Minor changes to vertical curves, grades, and road width are anticipated to provide greater safety and consistency throughout this road segment.  Pipe replacements and extension, and ditch grading will occur to improve drainage.  This road will be closed to thru traffic during construction with a detour.  However, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: Complete

 

 

 

Hartley Road

Middleton City Limits to Purple Sage Road
Project: Rehabilitation of the pavement on this 0.75 mile long project will likely be accomplished by pulverizing the existing failing asphalt pavement and leaving it in place to provide additional gravel based depth.  A portion may require excavation and placement of new gravel base.  After grading the pulverized asphalt with additional crushed gravel as needed and minor grading to improve the ride, a new asphalt plant mix pavement surface will be constructed.  This road will be closed to thru traffic during construction with a detour.  However, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: The soils investigation for this project is currently underway.

Anticipated Construction Date: Summer 2020

 

 

Freezeout Road

Willis Road to Purple Sage Road
Project: This 1 mile long project consists of pavement removal, excavation, new gravel base, and a new asphalt plant mix pavement surface.  Pipe replacements and extension, and ditch grading will occur to improve drainage.  This road will be closed to thru traffic during construction with a detour.  However, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: Complete

 

 

 

Cemetery Road

Middleton City Limits to Galloway Road
Project: Rehabilitation of 1.5 miles of road will consists of pavement pulverization, with additional gravel base to increase the pavement section or complete base replacement, followed by construction of a new asphalt plant mix pavement surface.  Minor changes to vertical curves, grades, and road width are anticipated to provide greater safety and consistency throughout this road segment.  This road will be closed during construction; however, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: The soils investigation for this project is currently underway.

Anticipated Construction Date: Summer/Fall 2020

 

 

Weitz Road

Hwy 19 to Dixie River Road - 1.2 miles
Project: Rehabilitation of 1.5 miles of road will consists of pavement pulverization, with additional gravel base to increase the pavement section or complete base replacement, followed by construction of a new asphalt plant mix pavement surface.  Minor changes to vertical curves, grades, and road width are anticipated to provide greater safety and consistency throughout this road segment.  This road will be closed during construction; however, local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be provided access.

Status: The soils investigation for this project is currently underway.

Anticipated Construction Date: Summer 2020

 

 

Bridge Projects

Pipe Projects

Edna Road: Between Kingsbury Road and Blessinger Road

Project: This project involves replacement of a failing corrugated metal pipe under Edna Road on a canal overflow.  A new coated corrugated metal pipe with concrete headwalls to provide greater shoulder width will be constructed.

Status: Complete

Lansing Lane: Between Purple Sage Road and Northview Road

Project: This project involves replacement of a failing corrugated metal pipe arch conveying the C-Line Canal under Lansing Lane.  A coated 117”X79” corrugated metal pipe arch will be installed with concrete headwalls.  This road will be closed to traffic at the pipe crossing location during construction with a detour.  Local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be coordinated with for access.

Status: Complete

Kingsbury Road: Between Hwy 44 to Foothill Road

Project: This project involves replacement of two deteriorated pipes in advance of the District’s pavement rehabilitation project.  An 18” PVC pipe will replace a deteriorated pipe in the drain located approximately 600’ north of Hwy 44.  A second coated 64” X 43” corrugated metal pipe arch with replace a failing pipe on the Lemp Lateral approximately 2600’ north of Hwy 44.  This road will be closed to traffic at the pipe crossing location during construction with a detour.  Local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be coordinated with for access.

Status: Complete

 

 

Freezeout Road: Between Hwy 44 to Willis Road

Project: This project involves replacement of a deteriorated corrugated metal pipe arch approximately 450’ north of Hwy 44 for the Canyon Hill Lateral.  A new polymer coated 64”x 43” corrugated metal pipe arch.  The pipe will be extended and realigned to improve irrigation maintenance and roadside clearance.  The road will be closed to traffic at the pipe crossing location during construction with a detour.  Local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be coordinated with for access.

Status: Complete

 

Freezeout Road: Between Willis and Purple Sage Road

Project: This project involves replacement of a deteriorated corrugated metal pipe carrying West Hartley Gulch under Freezeout Road with a new polymer coated pipe.  This pipe will be extended to provide increased roadside clearance for safety reasons.  This road will be closed to traffic at the pipe crossing location during construction with a detour.  A temporary patch will Local traffic and services (mail, garbage, and emergency services) will be coordinated with for access.

Status: Complete

 

 

 

Old Hwy 30: Between Goodson Road and Farmway Road

Project: This project involves rehabilitation of a deteriorated corrugated metal pipe under Old Hwy 30 with a plastic slip-liner pipe.  This pipe will be extended to provide increased roadside clearance for safety reasons.  This road will remain open to traffic at the pipe crossing location during construction.

Status: Project design and permitting are complete.

Anticipated Construction Date: March 2020

 

Other Projects

Midland & Ustick Roundabout Construction Project

The Nampa Highway District in partnership with Canyon Highway District No. 4, City of Caldwell and the City of Nampa, will close the intersection of Midland Blvd. and Ustick Rd. north of Nampa to rebuild the intersection into a roundabout. The closure will start May 4th and run through the end of July. Please click here for the full press release.