Road Conditions

As of 11:30 A.M. November 6, 2017

Williams Road from AL Highway 9 (Central Plank Road) to just east of Trace Road will be intermittently

closed between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. each day Tuesday, November 7, 2017 thru Friday,

November 10, 2017. This will be due to work being performed by the power company on power lines infrastructure.

Motorist are encouraged to avoid this area if possible and to use caution if you must travel through this area.

We will keep you updated of any changes as we know them through our website:

www.elmorecoema.com “Trending Now and Road Conditions Post”


As of 8:45 A.M. 10/25/2017

A portion of Williams Road (north of Wetumpka) will be closed next week due to utility work being performed in this area.  Williams Road from the address of 2486  to the west entrance of Justiss Drive will be closed on Wednesday (November 1) and Thursday (November 2) from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day. If and as we are notified of any changes to the road closure schedule we will post updates to the road conditions page of our website at www.elmorecoema.com as well as, send out the updates to our stakeholder, partner agencies and the media.


As of  9:45 A.M. 10/18/2017

Glendale Acres has been reopened near the Town of Eclectic, AL


As of 12:15 P.M. 10/16/2017

Glendale Acres near Eclectic is closed until further notice due to road work being performed by the Elmore County Highway Department. It is closed at 272 Glendale Acres on the south part of the loop.


As of 10:40 P.M. 8/10/2017

Dogwood Drive in Millbrook, off of Deatsville Hwy., has been reopened.

Pine Leaf Drive near Dogwood Circle was reopened at 8:21 p.m this evening.

 

As of 8:21 P.M. 8/10/2017

Dogwood Drive off of Deatsville Hwy. is closed until the water due to flash flooding recedes. Please AVOID this area if at all possible.

Pine Leaf Drive near Dogwood Circle has been reopened.


As of 5:50 P.M. 8/10/2017

Pine Leaf Drive near Dogwood Circle will be closed until the water due to Flash Flooding recedes.

Please AVOID this area.


PER the Elmore County Highway Department –  Ingram Road reopened:  Effective 3:00 PM August 8, 2017  – The Elmore County Commission would like to announce that the section of Ingram Road north of Myrick Road will reopen at 3:00 p.m. today. County forces are currently completing the necessary work to prepare the road to be reopened later today. Motorists are reminded to use caution even though this area of Ingram Road is open to traffic as crews will be putting the finishing touches associated with the two new concrete box culverts over the next several weeks.

The County Commission appreciates the patience exhibited by the public during this project. The opening of the northern culvert culminates a sequence of several road and bridge projects completed through the cooperative efforts of several local governments and utilities in the Millbrook/Elmore/Deatsville/Coosada area. Any questions related to this project can be directed to Richie Beyer, Elmore County Engineer at (334) 567-1162 or wrbechd@elmoreco.org


Posted at 4:00 p.m. on 8-4-2017 – The Elmore County Highway Department has reopened the section of Ingram Road south of Myrick Road this afternoon. The section of Ingram Road north of Myrick Road remains closed and will hopefully be reopened next week. While this section of road has been reopened, motorists are still urged to proceed with caution as additional work, to include additional paving, will continue over the next several weeks.


Posted at 12:58 a.m. on 8-4-2107 — Ceasarville Road from Allen Lane to AL Hwy 111, has been reopened. Power and cable crews have completed power line and cable restoration activities at this location.


Posted as of 5:15 P.M. August 3, 2017

Ceasarville Road is closed from Allen Road to AL Hwy 111, due to power line and cable line restoration. Cable and power company’s are working to restore traffic flow. This is a temporary closure until work is completed. Work should be completed within 2 to 3 hours.


As of 1:15 p.m. 6/23/2017

The two bridges on Ingram Road just north and south of Myrick Rd were closed beginning May 1st. The closure due to project of  replacing two 50+ year old bridges. This stretch of Ingram Road is expected to remain closed until project completion. The construction and closure is weather dependent. Please use the signed detour or find an alternate route if you plan to travel in this area.


According to the Elmore County Highway Department, the following road work will not begin until May 2nd.

The two bridges on Ingram Road just north and south of Myrick Rd will be closed beginning May 1st. The closure will be for the replacement of two 50+ year old bridges. This stretch of Ingram Road will be closed from May 1st and it is expected to reopen to traffic in early August 2017. The construction and closure is weather dependent. Please use the signed detour or find an alternate route if you plan to travel in this area.

 


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