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Additional Hill Field Road work begins May 23; to last 6 months

Article Published 05/19/2016

The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists and Layton residents that work will be getting underway on Monday, May 23, on a project to repave Hill Field Road (SR-232) in Layton.
This project will stretch from 1425 North Hill Field Road to SR-193, the Bernard Fisher Highway, and will replace the asphalt surface and upgrade pedestrian facilities to bring them into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The entire project is expected to take approximately 6 months to complete. 
Improvements provided by this project include removing six inches of the existing asphalt and replacing it with longer lasting concrete; upgrading pedestrian ramps to comply with current ADA requirements; and spot replacement of curb and gutters, and sidewalk. Additionally, drainage upgrades will be completed, and improved vehicle detection will be added at the traffic signals.
Underground pipe work will begin on Monday May 23, with roadway reconstruction beginning in late June. Crews will work during daytime and nighttime hours, and the project will require lane restrictions on Hill Field Road.
Area residents may experience an increase in noise, dust, and vibrations in the immediate vicinity of the work being conducted. Residents with specific issues can call the project hotline at 801-859-3770 for assistance.
Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes, particularly if travel is time-sensitive, to avoid delays. All traffic restrictions can also be found at and by clicking on the “construction” tab. 
Stakeholders can join the project email update list to stay current on construction activities. To join, simply send an email to with “Updates” as the subject.
Additional information can also be found on the project website at