West Washington Avenue Resurfacing
The majority of the work on this project is now complete, and W. Washington Ave. has been reopened to traffic. Crews continue to work on some of the final landscape restoration, installing signs, and completing the wiring and permanent traffic signal installation. The temporary signals will remain in place, until the permanent ones are fully operational.
The purpose of this project is to resurface the street and replace utilities on West Washington Ave between Bedford Street and Broom Street. Proposed work includes removal and replacement of asphalt pavement, replacement of water main, sanitary sewer main and laterals, storm sewer and private storm sewer connections, installation of pedestrian street lighting, and replacement of curb and gutter, drive aprons, and sidewalk as needed. Crews will also install a protected intersection for pedestrians and bicyclists at the intersection of W Washington Avenue and Bassett Street. Crews will also install a parking protected bike lane on South Bassett Street between West Washington Avenue and West Main Street.
West Washington Avenue between Bedford Street and Broom Street
South Bassett Street between West Washington Avenue and West Main Street
Design: Spring 2021
Construction: June 2021
Scheduled Completion: November 2021
There are a number of points of contact during this project where the public is encouraged to give feedback as part of public information meetings and public hearings. Dates and times are indicated below:
Public Information Meetings
City Meetings, Process
Anticipated schedule; dates are subject to change
Board of Public Works: March 31, 2021, approved
Common Council: April 20, 2021, approved
*Note: Registering to speak is only necessary for Common Council and Board of Public Works Meetings. You do not need to register to speak at Public Information Meetings. Simply attend with registration, and you'll have an opportunity to share feedback and ask questions.
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