Some Sioux Falls drivers are going to need a little extra time getting to work over the next several days.

The City's Public Works Department has temporary closures in place for a pair of streets.

33rd Street on the east side and 18th Street on the west side are both impacted.

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East 33rd Street is closed east of Veterans Parkway to work on the roundabout that is being installed on 33rd Street.

A detour using Veterans Parkway, 26th Street, Shafer Avenue, and Silverthorne Avenue is in effect.

33rd Street is anticipated to re-open after September 1.

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West 18th Street is closed between Marion Road and Ebenezer Avenue.

The closure will allow Xcel Energy to do utility work in the area.

This work is anticipated to be completed in one week.

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