JACKSON, Wyo. — Today and tomorrow, temporary closures will occur on Pearl and Willow Street as crews conduct milling operations as part of the town’s Annual Streets Reconstruction project.

The closure will be in place on Pearl from Willow to Gros Ventre, and Willow from Broadway to Simpson.

Photo: Town of Jackson

The town provided the following updates on the East Pearl Street Sidewalk Project:

North West Block (Willow to Jean)

• All new concrete work is in place

North East Block (Jean to GV)

• All new concrete work is in place

South West Block (Willow to Jean)

• Concrete curb is in place, and the majority of the sidewalk

• Existing driveways will be tied into the new sidewalk with materials that make up the existing driveway (asphalt or gravel). We will provide individual resident emails with timing on driveway access. Please do not try to access your driveway until then 

South East Block (Jean to GV)

• Concrete curb is in place, and sidewalk will continue into next week

• The concrete will require seven days from the last pour to reach design strength. Following completion of the driveway approaches, the town will provide individual resident emails with timing on driveway access. Do not try to access your driveway until then

Traffic Control and Parking:

• Temporary Road Closures on East Pearl between Willow and GV, and on South Willow between Broadway and Simpson are scheduled for today and tomorrow (see map above)

• Temporary Road Closure on East Pearl between Gros Ventre and Jean during construction hours (see map below). The goal is to re-open this block to one-way westbound traffic following the completion of the driveway prep work on the north side of the street

• Road barricades and signage have been placed on both sides of Pearl between Willow and Gros Ventre. Please review and follow these signs

• ONE-WAY TRAFFIC WESTBOUND between Willow and Jean

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Caroline Chapman is a Community News Reporter. She enjoys reading non-fiction, skiing, hiking, and playing piano in her downtime. Her favorite aspect about living in Jackson is the genuine admiration that Wyomingites share for the land and the life that it sustains.