Work to begin on two projects in Grand Forks, including 32nd Avenue South and Walnut Street

Work on 32nd to be completed in October. Walnut project to be finished in early September.

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A road construction sign warns of work ahead. (iStock/jakes47s)

Separate street projects in Grand Forks will begin Monday, Aug. 16, affecting 32nd Avenue South and Walnut Street.

The work on 32nd Avenue South will be on right-turn lanes at intersections on 32nd from South 38th Street to South 20th Street.

According to a release from the city of Grand Forks, the outside lanes on 32nd will be closed as crews expand or install the right-turn lanes. Traffic will be down to one lane in each direction along 32nd.

The city expects the entire project on 32nd Avenue South to be completed by mid-October, weather permitting.

Also, the city has announced Walnut Street will be down to just one lane near 13th Avenue South on Monday. The closure will allow crews to work on a water main in the area, a project that is expected to be completed by early September.

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