COLORADO SPRINGS – A broken water main that forced lane closures and a closure of the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department Wednesday morning is now fixed.
Colorado Springs Utilities tweeted that Printers Parkway and International Circle are back open after crews repaired 8 feet of pipe and filled in a hole that formed where the break occurred.
The Pikes Peak Regional Development Center, which includes PPRBD remains temporarily closed. However, inspections will still happen as usual and permits can still be obtained online or over the phone #pprbd #watermainbreak pic.twitter.com/rfMorblM6C
— Pikes Peak Regional Building (@PPRBD) January 2, 2019
All lanes of traffic are back open in the area. The Pikes Peak Regional Building Department was able to reopen its office within hours after the break occurred Wednesday morning.
The road is not yet paved in the affected area, slow down and use caution as the road is covered with loose gravel.