Sibley, Willow Roads to be affected by separate construction projects (updated)

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By Scott BolthouseHub Editor

Two busy stretches of roadway in Huron Township will be affected by construction projects in the coming days.

Sibley Road, between I-275 and Vining Road, will undergo about a half-mile of concrete pavement reconstruction and widening, as well as upgrades to other infrastructure in the area, starting Monday.

County communications says the project should be completed by mid-July, with work possibly stretching into fall. 

Expect closures and delays on Sibley Road throughout the span of the project.

Further south, Willow Road will be closed soon, between Denning and Rogell, with special access allowed to those living within the closure.

The Belden Drain, which runs through the area, is under construction, causing the road closure.

A suggested detour for Willow Road, between Waltz and Rust, directs motorists to go north to Felt Road, then back south to Willow Road.

This article has been updated to reflect the most current information regarding both roadwork projects. Check back for more updates on both projects as we receive more information. 


9 thoughts on “Sibley, Willow Roads to be affected by separate construction projects (updated)

    1. Scott Bolthouse Post author

      I’m waiting to hear back on that information, Laura. I’ll update this article when I hear.

    1. Scott Bolthouse Post author

      Sorry, Ron, but I put in a request for that info from the county, and haven’t received a response yet. I’ll let you know if I do.

  1. Leanne

    Sibley Rd, what a total mess. I’ve lived here 25 years and don’t have sewers or a paved road. Now Waltz is closed at the bridge, possibly 6 moths. This is going to destroy business in New Boston. How can business survive the road closures and trains. I wish all of them the best.


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