Enid News & Eagle
By Kelci McKendrick
March 26, 2021
ENID, Okla. — Work to rebuild Southgate Road near the city of Enid landfill is slated to start April 5.
The $3.75 million project will begin at 16th and extend to the landfill entrance first, said Garfield County Commissioner Marc Bolz. When that portion is completed, the work will continue west from the landfill entrance to the railroad tracks near Van Buren, a total of 2.6 miles.
The split is so the landfill still will be accessible, Bolz said.
The construction, which will be done through Cummins Construction, will be a complete rebuild of the road, road bed and drainage. It will take an estimated 150 days to complete, finishing up around September.
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