Lake Road Improvements

A roadway repaving project will take place during the 2022 construction season on Lake Road between Courtly Road and Tahoe Road, and between Woodlane Drive and Pioneer Drive. During the project, portions of Lake Road will be converted from a four-lane roadway to a three-lane roadway to increase safety for vehicles and pedestrians. In addition, the intersection of Lake Road and Pioneer Drive will be converted into a single-lane roundabout.  

Work began June 6, and will be completed mid-August. Lake Road from Courtly Road to Pioneer Drive will remain open throughout construction with temporary delays and lane closures expected. The intersection on Lake Road and Pioneer Drive will remain fully closed until mid-August. The intersection of Lake Road and Courtly Road will be closed for a period of 2 weeks this summer. We will update this website as construction progresses. 

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  1. Lane Conversion
  2. Intersection Improvements
  3. Roundabout Resources
  4. Resident Feedback

As a part of that project, Lake Road between Woodlane Drive and Pioneer Drive will be converted from a 4-lane to a 3-lane road.

This conversion increases safety by reducing crashes, increasing pedestrian safety, providing a shoulder, and promoting compliance with posted speed limits.

In 2016, the city conducted the Lake Road Restriping and Safety Improvements Study which determined the traffic volumes are acceptable to accommodate the 3-lane roadway conversion with improved traffic flow and operations.

The project will also include repaving of the existing trails along Lake Road to improve the trail surface. During trail rehabilitation, the trails along Lake Road will be closed. Construction will also require a temporary closure at the intersection of Lake Road and Courtly Road. The intersection will be closed for approximately two weeks; please follow the posted detour route (PDF)

Pedestrian enhancements being constructed with this project include refuge islands at the intersections of Lake Road and Oriole Drive, Camelot Drive, and Stratford Road. Rectangular rapid flashing beacons will remain at the intersection of Lake Road and Wyndham Way.