City of Saginaw, Michigan

The warm weather in Saginaw brings many wonderful
things, including construction projects and road improvements. In an effort to inform citizens of road construction, closures, and the impact on travel throughout Saginaw, the City has launched an interactive road construction map and project dashboard to help residents and travelers navigate the City’s planned road repairs. To view the City’s new webpage, click the “Road Closures and Construction Projects” quick link on our homepage, or click here.

The new webpage provides information on all current road construction projects
and bridge repairs, project timelines, maps, and the detour routes. The new map uses color-coding to show projects that are planned, in-progress, and completed. Citizens can click on the various projects and road closures listed in the left margin to see the project detail, or just click the project on the map and the project detail will be shown. Details on all current projects are also listed at the bottom of the webpage. The page will be updated throughout the year to keep citizens informed on current road closures and construction.

There are several road construction projects for 2022, including reconstruction on West Holland from N. Woodbridge to N. Hamilton and on East Remington from S. Water to S. Washington, as well as reconstruction on Lapeer Avenue and Wadsworth Avenue. Construction Projects also include repair work on the Genesee Avenue Bridge and preventative maintenance on the Holland Avenue Bridge. Along with several railroad crossing improvements, there will also be several ADA sidewalk ramps installed and sidewalk replacements in the city during the summer of 2022.

City Engineer Travis Hare commented on the new webpage, “We understand these projects will affect quite a few people who live and work in the city. We hope this new webpage with the interactive map and project information will help keep citizens informed as they plan their routes, and make this construction season a little easier on everyone.”

For questions concerning road closures and construction projects, contact our Engineering Division at (989) 759-1410.