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DENTON, TX – Residents and commuters in Denton are advised to prepare for a temporary road closure on Bonnie Brae Street, set to begin next week. The City of Denton has announced that from Monday, November 13, a section of N. Bonnie Brae Street from N. Elm Street (US77) to Bronco Way/Riney Road will be closed to through traffic due to construction activities.

This closure is a crucial part of the City of Denton’s Northwest Water Transmission Main Improvement Project. The construction work will involve the installation of a 16-inch water line, a significant upgrade aimed at improving the city’s infrastructure.

Motorists who usually travel through this area, especially those heading to Denton High School, the King’s Ridge subdivision, or the Beverley at Denton, are advised to use the designated detour routes via Riney Road or Windsor Drive. The city has ensured that clear signage is in place to guide drivers along these alternate routes.

The construction and resulting road closure are expected to last until Friday, December 1. However, the city has cautioned that all street closures and their durations are subject to change depending on unforeseen circumstances or evolving conditions. As such, drivers in the area may experience delays and are encouraged to plan their routes accordingly.

A detailed map of the Bonnie Brae Road closure is available for public reference, providing valuable guidance for navigating the area during this period.

The City of Denton remains committed to keeping the public informed and minimizing inconvenience. For any questions or concerns regarding the construction project, residents can contact Trevor Crain, the Director of Capital Projects, at Trevor.Crain@cityofdenton.com or by calling (940) 349-7426.

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