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Francis, Utah, located at the southern end of Kamas Valley, is the gateway to the Uinta Mountains and Wasatch National Forest. Surrounded by mountains, the valley offers a scenic getaway that retains its rural atmosphere in the midst of expansion. Since it was incorporated in 1939, Francis has enjoyed the growth brought about by the development of the Jordanelle Dam and reservoir, as well as the resulting highway which now gives travelers a more direct route to the Salt Lake Metropolitan area, just 45 minutes away. Francis is home to Frontier Days, a popular three day celebration over the Labor Day weekend and provides many activities for outdoor enthusiasts including hunting, fishing, camping and hiking making it an ideal location to live or play. Read More...


Paving Projects SR-248; US-40 to SR-32  
Crews have been working throughout the corridor as they prepare for the upcoming milling and paving operations scheduled to begin May 17th.
In order to deliver the best product and create efficiencies, crews will be moving the milling and paving operations around the corridor rather than working in a linear fashion.  
The first segment to be milled and paved will be from Democratic Alley / 2000 W (MP 12.72) to Kamas Main Street / SR-32 (MP 14.48).  Road users should expect one-way flagging operations between 8 am and 4 pm Monday through Friday in this area beginning May 17th.  This work will last approximately one week.  
Lanes are currently reduced to one lane in each direction from the Rail Trail Crossing (MP 3.5) to Deer Mountain Boulevard (MP 6.2) for pavement repair.  This is expected to stay in place while crews repair the pavement.  The milling and paving operations will move to this area once the first segment near Kamas is complete.  
We are recommending that cyclists use alternative routes during the construction period, if possible. The heavy equipment and high speed vehicles are added safety concerns for cyclists. Crews will be sweeping the corridor with the milling operations, however it will be difficult to keep the road completely clear of debris.  Please use caution and watch speeds going through this area.  
Traffic impacts will be updated regularly on the www.udottraffic.utah.gov.  Please visit the sites for updated information on this project.  
 If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact me at  801-903-8327 or by email at kclark@utah.gov

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