Only residential traffic will have access during the closure. Drivers should detour using Bethany Way or Mt. Hawley Road. The city urges motorists to use extreme caution, watch for signs and follow all detours.
The pavement work is expected to last through June 3 but could extend up to a week if there are delays from weather or other factors. Peoria city officials ask drivers to plan alternate routes before the closure to avoid traffic issues.
Peoria maintains more than 1,000 miles of roadway and this closure is part of ongoing maintenance to repair damage, improve drive quality and ensure safe travel throughout the city. Check the Public Works Department’s website at peoriagov.org or the city’s social media channels for updates on the Giles Lane closure and timeframes.
Once the pavement repairs are complete, Giles Lane will reopen to regular traffic. The city appreciates patience from drivers during infrastructure improvement projects.