A year prior to proposed construction in a neighborhood, the city holds an informal public informational meeting. The Engineering Department staff provides an overview of the proposed improvements. The residents have an opportunity to ask questions and provide their input regarding the need for the improvements, the scope of the project or raise a particular point of concern. After receiving the feedback from residents at the informational meeting, Engineering staff prepares a report and cost estimate for the project and forwards this to the City Council for their review. The City Council then schedules a public hearing to consider the merits of the proposed improvements.
Current Projects - 2015
The following projects have been ordered by the City Council to be accomplished in 2015.
Seberger Neighborhood - Area E (PDF)
Project includes reconstruction of streets, sidewalks, alleys, sanitary sewer, water main and storm drain in the area between 21st and 25th Avenue North from Division Street (T.H. 23) to 3rd Street North.
Raymond Avenue NE Area (PDF)
Project includes reconstruction of streets, sidewalks, alleys, sanitary sewer, water main and storm drain in the area bounded by Wilson Avenue N.E. on the west, Searle Street N.E. on the north and the BNSF Railroad Tracks on the east and south.
22nd Street South Improvements (PDF)
Project includes reconstruction of street, water main and storm drain on 22nd Street South from 300' west of Quarry Road to Oak Grove Road. Sidewalk will be installed on the north side of 22nd Street South from Quarry Road to Oak Grove Road. In conjunction with the project, 22nd Street South from Oak Grove Road to Shannon Drive will be overlaid.