The Town of Parker is performing emergency repairs to Bradbury Ranch Drive west of Jordan Road following the failure of a portion of the roadway.
Heavy rainfall in the Parker area on the evening of Sunday, June 11 caused the failure of a drainage culvert located under Bradbury Ranch Drive, between McClellan Road and Independence Drive. This failure caused erosion of the roadway subgrade, eventually causing a portion of the roadway to fail. Town crews responded immediately and closed the roadway to traffic. No injuries or property damage associated with this issue have been reported.
The Town mobilized an emergency contractor Sunday evening to stabilize the damage and restore stormwater flow underneath the roadway. This work was completed early Monday afternoon.
The Town is now mobilizing a contractor to perform the ultimate repairs, which will include a full replacement of the drainage culvert along with repairing the roadway subgrade and pavement. This work will also require utility coordination and relocations to facilities located within the roadway corridor. It is anticipated that this work will begin immediately, but several weeks may be needed to complete the work and reopen the roadway to traffic. All areas of the Bradbury Ranch neighborhood remain accessible via alternate routes.
For future updates on this project, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/BradburyRanchDriveRepairs.