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ROAD CLOSURE UPDATES

Henry Drive Repairs

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Custer Avenue Repairs

The project to repair bridge 204 which closes Custer Ave. from McCormick Road to Beeman Place is suspended and road closure and detour routes are extended indefinitely due to eagles nesting in the area. Incidental Take Permit has been submitted to US Fish and Wildlife Service. The take permit is suspected to be issued sometime this spring. Once the permit is issued, the project can resume and completion dates can be determined.

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SPEED LIMIT ENFORCEMENT

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The 97th Military Police Battalion and Fort Riley police will focus enforcement of speed limits in the following locations and dates to ensure the safety of families and their children. Driving is a privilege and responsibility at all times and in all locations; we depend on one another to always drive cautiously and observe all traffic laws. Enforcement will be conducted via radar, and the temporary placement of speed bumps. The locations for speed bumps are:

DATE

Aug. 5-11

Aug. 12-18

Aug. 19-25

Aug. 26 - Sep 1

Sep. 2-8

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Richmond
Argonne
Lexington
Custer

Hampton
Gordon
A.P. Hill
Bragg

Longstreet
Mosby
Pelham

Lorraine
Hood
Beauregard
Warren

Lee
Barton
Chaffee
Eisenhower

 

RILEY'S CONFERENCE CENTER TO UNDERGO CHANGES

Fort Riley's Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation is scheduled to begin a conversion project of Riley's Conference Center, 446 Seitz Drive, this summer to a multi-functional recreation center facility.

With the completion of these renovations, Riley's Conference Center's services will better support the community. Mr. David Roudybush, director of Fort Riley Family & MWR, explains "the goal is to provide a space that enhances the quality of life for our families and still provides a venue for meetings and unit functions." Once the conversion is complete, the Recreation Center will remain the primary location for Town Hall meetings, Victory Welcome briefs and hosting large venues such as the Victory Banquet.

For more information about Riley’s Conference Center, call 785-784-1000 or visit https://riley.armymwr.com.

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