Major Road Construction Projects 2018

Road Construction Projects in SunCrest

Please be aware that Draper City has two road construction projects that will affect SunCrest residents and cyclists. Cyclists will not be allowed on either road during the construction. We know that many of you use this road to commute, and for your safety we ask that you use another means of transportation. If you have questions on these projects, please cotnact Draper City's Engineering office at (801) 576-6369.
Reconstruct Traverse Ridge Road from Suncrest Drive to Draper Heights Way. This project will start the first or second week of April and be completed in October. Cyclists will be prohibited from this roadway during the construction. Please plan accordingly. Traverse Ridge Road Construction Zone Cyclists Prohibited
Reconstruct the east half of Suncrest Drive from Mercer Hollow (south) to the city limits. This project will start the middle of April and will be completed the first of July. Cyclists will be prohibited from this roadway during the construction. Please plan accordingly.

Draper City Construction Projects


Construct Lone Peak Parkway from Golden Harvest to Ikea Way.

Pavement Maintenance Projects

  • Roadway Spot Repairs at Willow Springs and Stonebridge residential areas: April through end of April.
  • Utility Cover Repairs: Mid April – Mid May
  • Slurry Seals: 1st and 2nd weeks of June
  • Microsurfacing: Weekend of June 30th  – July 2nd

Non-City Construction Projects

South Valley Sewer District (SVSD) – Sewer Main Replacement on Fort Street

SVSD has recently submitted plans for replacement of their sewer main on Fort Street from Willow Springs Lane to 13400 S.  This replacement is necessary to provide additional capacity for new growth in the area.  They are anticipating the work to be from June 1st to October 2018.  We will provide additional information once we have reviewed their plans.

UDOT-Technology Corridor

UDOT will be adding two lanes in each direction to I-15 between Lehi Main Street and S.R. 92.  This work has begun and will continue until late 2020.  Although this project is not in our City, it will affect residences’ travel times when going south. The attachment provides additional information on this project.