Three Major traffic impacts will occur beginning on February 18-20th
I-15 traffic will shift onto the new west bridge for Phase One.
Construction under the bridge will begin. All left turns at the off-ramps will not be allowed and traffic will need to make right turns
and use the Thru-Turns to travel under the bridge. All left turns onto the freeway will be maintained.
Hillfield Road will have a temporary full closure under I-15 (including Pedestrian and Emergency Access) beginning Saturday Feb 20th at 9pm
and Sunday Feb 21st for the demolition of the existing bridges.
Hillfield Interchange Project
Aubry Bennion, Public Involvement Manager
The Kays Creek 48-inch Trunkline Project includes the installation of 4,500 lineal feet of 48-inch storm drain
pipe along 400 West from Golden Avenue going south to the end of the road at 525 North, and continuing south
along the Bamberger Trail down to Kays Creek. The Bamberger Trail will be closed during the construction of
this pipeline. Information to residents will be provided for any planned culinary water shutdown. The traffic
patterns in the area will be affected as the large trench is excavated. Please pay close attention to detour
signs and safety cones in the construction zone. It is anticipated that the project will begin February 1, 2016,
with completion of all pipe work scheduled for approximately May 30, 2016.
Dear Layton City Resident:
Hill Field Road Water Line Replacement Project Map
Layton City will begin the Hill Field Road Water Line Replacement Project on approximately November 9, 2015.
The project will be completed in several phases. The first phase of work is located on Hill Field Road between
Highway 193 and 2275 North (see map on the back of this notice). Associated Brigham Contractors, Inc. has been
retained as the contractor to complete the project.
The Hill Field Road Water Line Replacement Project includes replacing approximately 6,144 lineal feet of 8-inch and 1,567 lineal feet of 12- inch water main piping, and all associated items for a fully functioning system. This construction may require your water service to be shut down for short periods of time during the course of the project. The contractor will supply a 24-hour notice to all water users prior to water shut-down, except under emergency situations.
It is anticipated that this first phase of the project will begin around November 9, 2015, with completion scheduled for approximately Spring 2016. Access to all residences and businesses will be maintained throughout the course of the project.
Please contact the Layton City Engineering Department at 801-336-3700 with any questions or concerns that you may have.
Stacy Majewski, P.E.
Layton City Staff Engineering