MOSCOW — A pedestrian pathway improvement project located along the Paradise Pathway between Highway 95 and Styner Avenue is scheduled to begin Monday, August 22nd, and will be completed by this fall. The first phase of the project will include the installation of conduit along the pathway. The conduit will be used in phase 2 of the project to power lights and bollards along the path in an effort to improve nighttime visibility throughout the corridor.
During the project, residents are asked to be aware that this section of the pathway will be closed to pedestrian access. Pedestrians are encouraged to use either Styner Avenue or the north side of Troy Road for travel until the project is completed. The City appreciates the public’s patience as these necessary repairs and upgrades are made to the City’s infrastructure.
ADA accessibility is a top priority for the City in all projects. If this project or any other City project is found to be impacting anyone’s ability to access public services, please email email@example.com or call 208-883-7600.
Every effort is made to adhere to the daily schedule; however, unforeseen circumstances may require adjustment. For questions about this project, including the project schedule or concerns about resident access, contact Cameron Lee, Senior Engineering Technician, City of Moscow Engineering Division.