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Nob Hill Boulevard Closures This Week

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YAKIMA, Wash. - Drivers in Yakima can expect a number of delays on Nob Hill Boulevard starting this week. 

City crews are resurfacing, rebuilding and improving different parts of the street on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

The city says on Wednesday, July 10th, Nob Hill Blvd will be closed to all traffic from the Overpass west of 1st Street, to Fair Avenue for roadway grinding activities.

The 6th Street intersection at Nob Hill Blvd will remain open for traffic detours.

The city says on Thursday, July 11th, Nob Hill Blvd will be closed to all traffic from the Overpass west of 1st Street, to 6th Street for roadway paving activities from 8 o'clock in the evening until 6 in the morning.

Also on Thursday, Washington Avenue from Nob Hill Blvd will be closed to all traffic from 1st Street to 14th Street from 8 o'clock at night until 6 in the morning. 

Detours will be in place both days to redirect traffic, but the city says drivers and pedestrians need to be aware of heavy equipment, and should use alternative routes if possible.

The overall project is scheduled to be completed in 90 working days, which extends the project into late October, 2013.

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