Current Road Closings
|ROAD AFFECTED||DURATION||TYPE OF WORK|
109th Street North between 95th (Webb Rd.) and 111th (Greenwich) East; 111th East between 109th and 117th Streets North
|Approximately one day per railroad crossing during the week of 9/18/23. See map here.||Scheduled Rail Crossing Maintenance. More info here.|
47th Street South between Hydraulic and Arkansas River
|Effective February 6, to be reduced to one lane each direction at the Kansas Turnpike Bridge until Late 2023.||KTA Bridge Widening and Redecking|
|391st Street West between MacArthur Road and 55th Street South||Closed long-term to all traffic, effective April 28, 2022, duration unknown.||Bridge Closure|
Bridges and roads are the backbone of any community. We rely on them to take us safely from our homes to work, to get our children to and from school, and to transport goods and services throughout our region, the country and the rest of the world. For many years, the County has participated in or led efforts to study the transportation needs of our community, specifically focusing on areas where improvements can lead to economic growth.
The South Area Transportation Study identified the 95th Street Corridor, from Greenwich Road to Meridian Avenue, as an area where improved access and mobility could support future growth needs. The study also included a recommendation for a new bridge to be constructed over the Arkansas River. The goal of the Arkansas River Crossing and 95th Street Study (ARC95) is to further define those recommendations. Improvements in southern Sedgwick County could lead to an increase in economic growth and higher quality of life for people who reside in the area.
The ARC95 study encompasses an 8.9-mile corridor from Meridian Avenue to Greenwich Road in southern Sedgwick County. The purpose of this study was to develop a long-range plan for the 95th Street corridor. At the end of the report are recommendations, including budget considerations, intended to guide future plans.
What You should know about Flooding and Water Quality
During Sedgwick County's “rainy season,” which is usually in the spring, neighborhoods throughout the county can experience flooding. Find out why you should be concerned with flooding and stormwater management, even if your home has never flooded.
Political Signs in the County Right of Way
In 2015, the Kansas Legislature passed a law that allows the placement of political signs in city and county right of way during a period beginning 45 days before an election and ending 2 days after an election.