Duke Energy Working: Residents should expect significant traffic delays on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Taylor Mill Road. Duke Energy will be pulling lines from Remke Marketplace to the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Traffic delays will be in 15-minute intervals. Residents are encouraged to find alternate route.

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Road Work in Taylor Creek Subivision

The Taylor Mill Street Program budget for this year and next is devoted to concrete streets within our city’s subdivisions of Taylor Creek and Saddlebrook. Beginning Monday, April 1st, the city public work crews, and contractors will be on Maple Ridge tearing out and replacing the roadway.

For anyone who uses Maple Ridge to access a different street should consider using Blackstone to avoid construction closures and delays. At times we will have the road blocked to all through traffic.

For those homes located on Maple Ridge, we will provide more detailed information regarding dates and specific locations of construction in informational fliers which we will place on your front door. We will use this same method of communication as we move to other streets within the subdivision.

During construction, we ask that residents limit on-street parking as well as parking adjacent to a construction area. Barricades will be placed around the new concrete to guide traffic through the construction zones. We request you always drive slowly and refrain from cell phone use through construction zones. Homeowners may temporarily lose access to their driveway when the road in front of their home is being replaced. A notice will be placed on your front door before your driveway is to be blocked informing you of when it will be blocked and when it will be available again. Weather permitting, once the concrete is poured, it takes seven (7) days to cure before it is safe to drive on.

We ask for patience and cooperation during this project. Questions or concerns may be directed to the City Administrative Officer, Brian Haney, at 859-581-3234. Please see the list of frequently asked questions on the back of this letter.