State Route 51 Resurface

Project Suspension Notice

All major patch work to fill potholes and repair roadway deficiencies will be completed by Friday, May 5. However, to facilitate ongoing coordination with Spanish Fork City on the planned intersection improvements at Spanish Fork Parkway, the final paving along SR-51 will remain on-hold until late July.

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Hotline: 435-990-1050

Road Construction Notice

Construction Map

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will resurface State Route 51 from 400N in Spanish Fork (SR-147) to Main Street in Springville (US-89). The project objectives are aimed at preserving the life of the roadway. The paving process will help increase the longevity of the road surface, address roadway defects and enhance motorist safety by providing good skid resistance for vehicles. Additionally, a signal light will be installed at the Spanish Fork Parkway intersection to accommodate new traffic east of SR-51.


Project Start: May 1
Days: Monday – Friday, Except Memorial Day
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset
Work Complete: Approx. 40 days

*Schedules are subject to change due to weather and material supply

Construction Impacts

As paving operations get underway, expect lane closures. One-way alternating traffic will be required using flaggers and a pilot-car to lead vehicles through a moving 1-mile construction zone. Motorists should expect moderate delays from 5-15 minutes. Be cautious and slow down near construction barrels and cones. Speed reductions will be enforced in work zones. All lanes will remain open on weekends and holidays. See project website for alternate routes.

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Stay Informed

Visit the project website for the latest information or send UDOT an email with “SR51 Paving Updates” in the subject line for periodic updates.

Google Fiber

Will every resident be able to access Google Fiber?

Google Fiber is working with Springville City, private homeowner associations and property managers, to reach and access as many households as possible.

When will they start and how long will it take to complete installation?

Google Fiber expects to start construction this spring and aims to finish the initial build in about 18 months.

Will the installation be disruptive to commuter/neighborhood traffic?

Google Fiber will construct its network within city right-of-way easements, in accordance with all permitting protocol. Springville residents can expect to see construction crews in the roadways and adjacent softscapes/yards, that are part of the city’s right-of-way easements. Crews will notify residents and businesses ahead of construction staging by way of door hangers, street signage, cones and other safety and informational efforts.

Google Fiber will work to limit traffic impacts and disruption to residents. Anyone with questions or concerns can contact the Google Fiber Construction hotline at 1-877-454-6959.

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