Roadworks

We co-ordinate all roadworks carried out in Denbighshire, including works by gas, water, electricity and telephone companies.

We carry out a planned programme of work to maintain and improve Denbighshire’s roads. We give start and end dates for the work, but bear in mind that these may be subject to change due to bad weather or emergencies elsewhere.

View a map of the current roadworks in Denbighshire

View a list of the current roadworks in Denbighshire (Roadworks bulletin)

View a list of the current road restrictions in Denbighshire

We try to plan all roadworks well in advance, but this is not always possible because of emergencies that need urgent repairs.

Temporary road closures

We sometimes close roads temporarily for events such as parades and processions, cycling events, or other big events when the streets are likely to be crowded.  We also sometimes have to close roads so that roadworks can be carried out.

Click on the headings below for more information about which roads are closed and for how long, and where the alternative routes are.

Public Footpath closure St. Asaph: 10 April

Denbighshire County Council intends not sooner than 7 days from 22nd March, 2017 to make an Order prohibiting pedestrians, for reasons of public safety, from using Public Footpath 13, from Grid Reference SJ E 03180 N 76025 to Spring Gardens Bridge at SJ E 03182 N 75066. The closure is necessary to facilitate ongoing construction of Spring Gardens flood defences.

On site the closed section of Footpath 13 will be shown on the plan accompanying this notice. There is already an alternative way, which is signposted on the ground.

The Order comes into force on 10th April, 2017 for a six-month period or until the works are completed whichever is soonest. It is anticipated the works will take 6 months in total to complete.

B5429 Bodfari: 3 February

Denbighshire County Council intends not sooner than 7 days from 11th January 2017 to make an Order prohibiting vehicles using B5429 at Bodfari, Nant Gwilym to junction A541. The closure is necessary to facilitate property maintenance.

The signposted alternative route will be via A541 Pont-y-Cambwll to crossroads with A541, Pont-y-Cambwll to junction near Ffynnon Beuno and B5429. Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout the period of closure.

View the map for this temporary road closure

The red highlighted route is the proposed closed route.

The Order comes into force on 3rd February 2017 for an eighteen month period or the earlier completion of the works whichever is soonest. The works are expected to last approximately 4 weeks.

Footpath closure, St. Asaph: 21 September

Denbighshire County Council intends not sooner than 7 days from 7th September, 2016 to make an Order prohibiting pedestrians, for reasons of public safety, from using the rights of way stated in the Schedule below. The closures are necessary to facilitate construction of Spring Gardens and Dol Afon flood defences, and will take place at intervals, as and when required, during the period the Order is in force.

The closed sections are as shown by the solid red line on the on-site plan.

View the map for this temporary footpath closure

The Order will come into force on 21st September 2016 and will last for a period of 6 months.

View the temporary traffic order schedule