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TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Altus will repave A Street next week

ALTUS, OK (KSWO)-  The City of Altus will be working on a street asphalt overlay project from the 100 block of A Street to Ash Street.

Beginning September 11th, the sections of A Street will be closed increments for the construction.  Roads will re-opened for travel each evening.

Anticipate road closures during the following times:

  • Mon, Sept. 11: 200 to 500 block of “A” Street
  • Tues, Sept. 12: 500 to 800 block of “A” Street
  • Wed, Sept 13: 800 to 1000 block of “A” Street
  • Thurs, Sept 14: 1 block of Ash Street

For any questions or concerns, contact the City of Altus Street Department at 580-481- 2224.

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