The City of Menifee announced that Phase 1 of the Murrieta Road Resurfacing Project has begun. The construction includes the removal and replacement of existing asphalt on Murrieta Road from Camino del Sol Norte to McCall Road.
The project will take approximately three weeks to complete. Work will take place between Monday through Friday, except holidays, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Lane closures will last through November 13. At least one lane will remain open in each direction to minimize impacts on the community.
Contractors will make every effort to keep driveways to all residences and businesses open at all times, but there may be a time when the driveway may be temporarily inaccessible. Emergency vehicles and all other services will have access throughout the duration of the project.
For questions or additional information, contact contractors Hardy & Harper, Inc. at 714-444-1851 or the City of Menifee at 951-723-3726.
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