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Road Closure: Chick-Fil-A Closer To Opening In The Falls

WICHITA FALLS - Chick-Fil-A is a step closer to opening in Wichita Falls as part of Call Field Rd. prepares to shut down to install utilities.

The westbound lane of Call Field Rd. between Kemp and Rhea Road will be down to one lane Monday, January 21st. This is to allow for the installation of water and sewer utilities for the new Chick-fil-A.

The bus stop that is currently located in front of the Shoe Carnival will temporarily be moved to the area in front of Chili's at 3710 Call Field Road. The project is expected to take two weeks.

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