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Some residential streets to close for asphalt resurfacing

Several residential streets across the city will close temporarily for asphalt resurfacing. Beginning on Monday, March 29, Vontz Paving will start milling and asphalt resurfacing on four streets in the following order: Chicago Avenue from C Street to A Street Denver Avenue from 1st Street to 7th Street 5th Street from Burlington Avenue to East…

Parks and Recreation Department to host Easter events

A day of Easter activities for both children and pets well be held on Saturday, March 27, hosted by the Hastings Parks and Recreation Department. The day starts at the dog park southwest of Good Samaritan Village with the Easter Dog Bone Hunt. Small dogs under 30 pounds can participate from 10:30-11 a.m., and large dogs over 30 pounds can participate…

Stop sign placement to change at Hastings intersection

The stop signs at the intersection of 14th Street and St. Joseph Avenue will be rearranged to improve traffic flow beginning on Friday, March 19. Currently, the intersection is a two-way stop with signs posted on 14th Street. On Friday, crews will remove those stop signs and place them on St. Joseph Avenue instead. The intersection will still remain…

Highway 281 overpass guardrail work will reduce lanes

U.S. Highway 281 will be temporarily reduced to one lane in each direction at the Hastings overpass on Thursday. Guardrail work will force the outside lanes in both directions to close from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., weather permitting. Drivers will still be able to use the overpass during the above timeframe, but delays may occur. We appreciate your patience…

Part of Park Lane Drive to close temporarily

A small portion of Park Lane Drive will be closed to traffic temporarily for private sewer work. Beginning on Thursday, March 18, Park Lane Drive will be closed from Marian Road to Valley Chase Avenue. Work is expected to be completed by Tuesday, March 23. Drivers should plan to use an alternate route during the above timeframe, and we appreciate…