By Jeff Murphy, August 7, 2018
Construction at South Street and South Holden
WARRENSBURG, MO – As University of Central Missouri students and their families begin
arriving in Warrensburg this week, they are encouraged to look for alternative routes
to campus to avoid temporary street closure on South Holden Street between the university
and the railroad.
The fourth phase of the Downtown Revitalization Project, work that began Aug. 2 is expected to take about 60 days to complete. It is part of a continuing effort to connect the downtown area with UCM by creating a modern infrastructure that enhances overall aesthetics of the downtown business district, and includes installation of new underground utilities and streetscape improvements.
Construction for much of this project phase will take place on South Holden Street from Grover to South streets. Total asphalt replacement will encompass the area on South Holden that extends from Railroad Street to South Street.
While these projects will greatly enhance the north corridor of campus that extends to the downtown area, UCM regrets any inconvenience this may cause as students arrive on campus.