Willow Bend Parkway in Lutz is set to undergo repaving starting the week of Sept. 9.
Pasco County chose the modification as its program maintenance project, which will stretch from the road’s intersections with U.S. 41, also known as Land O’ Lakes Boulevard, to Collier Parkway.
Willow Bend Parkway’s eastbound and westbound lanes will be milled and resurfaced. The road also will be restriped, and new pavement markings will be added.
The work will be done between the hours of 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., on Sundays through Thursdays, during which time there will be single-lane closures.
Message boards will be posted during work hours to guide traffic.
The project is estimated at $966,000, and is being paid for as part of the county’s budget.
The goal is to complete the work by Sept. 30, barring any weather disruptions.
The road is popular with motorists because it links to County Line Road, which connects to North Dale Mabry Highway, where there are a number of service providers and commercial businesses.
Published September 04, 2019