Downtown Grand Junction's Main Street will be getting a face lift early next year.
The renovations will be on Main Street in between 3rd and seventh streets and is the third and final phase of downtown's rehab which also included the Seventh Street and Colorado Avenue projects.
Improvements could include upgrades to water and service lines, removing unhealthy landscaping, and replacing planters that have seen better days.
Phase one and two both took nine months each to complete, but officials say phase three shouldn't take that long. The project is estimated to cost 3.1 million dollars.
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