2023 Street Improvements Project

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SCOPE

The City will be completing street rehabilitation in the areas in red above as part of the 2023 Street Improvements Project. The project entails resurfacing about 2.5 miles of City streets. The contractor will mechanically remove (mill) and resurface the streets and improve some adjacent sidewalk ramps, curb, and storm sewers. This project will require lowering all the manholes within the roadway, milling the pavement, paving over the existing base, and final adjustment of manholes to the right height. Select sidewalk ramps will be replaced to make them ADA compliant.

TIMELINE

Task
Completion Date
Engineering2022 and 2023
BiddingMay 15, 2023
Colgrove and Comstock - Start ConstructionAugust 21, 2023
Colgrove and Comstock - PavingAugust 30, 2023
Brewer Farms/Brewer Woods - Start ConstructionSeptember 5, 2023
Brewer Farms/Brewer Woods - PavingSeptember 14, 2023
Gorham and Forest - Start ConstructionSeptember 19, 2023
Gorham and Forest - PavingSeptember 26, 2023
Adams, George Brown - Start ConstructionOctober 9, 2023
S. Madison, S. Gordon, N. Gordon, Lincoln
-Start Construction
October 11, 2023
Adams, George Brown - PavingOctober 23, 2023
S. Madison, S. Gordon, N. Gordon, Lincoln - PavingOctober 23, 2023
S. Eagle, S. Grand - Start ConstructionOctober 18, 2023
S. Eagle, S. Grand - PavingOctober 27, 2023
Substantial CompletionOctober 27, 2023

FUNDING

Funding for this project is mostly provided by the 2020 voter approved street millage. This is the final group of projects under the 3-year construction plan developed for the street millage funding. In 2021 6.5 miles of streets and in 2022 3.7 miles of streets were rehabilitated through this funding. Funding for the Comstock and Colgrove Streets is provided by the Northeast Neighborhood Improvement Authority and funding for Adams and George Brown Streets is provided for by the Local Development Finance Authority. In total, the 2023 project is funded at $941,000.