Drivers in two Sioux Falls areas will need to find alternate ways to get where they're going this week.

The city is shutting down a pair of busy intersections for a few days to perform storm drain and sewer work.

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Beginning Tuesday (June 27), the intersection of 33rd Street and Western Avenue will be closed.

Motorists are encouraged to use 26th Street and Kiwanis Avenue while work is being completed.

Weather permitting, the repairs are anticipated to be completed by the end of the week.

Also Tuesday (June 27) the intersection of Ninth Street and Prairie Avenue will be closed, although there will be intermittent short-term lane restrictions and driveway access restrictions near the work area as the work progresses.

Weather permitting, the repairs are anticipated to be complete within one week.

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