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Neighborhood Road Improvement Program - April 13, 2016

Project Areas

Project Status - Update April 13, 2016

The contractors for the village will be beginning in the next month.  The road improvement contractor chosen is D Construction. The areas selected for this year's program are as follow:

Centennial Village - 
Work is expected to begin the week of April 18.

Maycliff Estates -

Doyle Court & 108th Avenue 

Orland on the Green Unit 1 - North of 135th Street -

Orland on the Green Unit 2 - South of 135th Street -

Ishnala Woods - 

Fernway - 167th Place and Robinhood Drive 

Southwest Highway at Brook Crossing Drive Intersection Improvement

Asphalt Patching
Asphalt patching will begin in various locations by the contractor.

Pavement Crack Sealing
The contractor, Patriot Pavement Maintenance, is expected to begin work routing and filling cracks on asphalt pavement in early May. 

Shotcrete Curb Repairs
Ward & Associates is scheduled to begin Shotcrete Curb Repairs for the 2016 season in late April..

Sidewalk Slab Raising

Quick Raising Concrete will be beginning the work on sidewalk raising to address potential hazards throughout the Village for the 2016 season.

Pavement Marking
Marking Specialists Corporation will be beginning pavement striping for the 2016 season.

Project Description
A street maintenance program is approved annually by the mayor and Board of Trustees. Various village-owned and accepted streets are scheduled for rehabilitation this year. The purpose of this program is to reconstruct streets which have deteriorated over and above normal maintenance.

Miscellaneous roadway patching will occur in areas throughout the village.

The program includes replacement of hazardous sidewalks, repair or replacement of non-functioning curbs and gutters, milling of the existing street, and new surface layer of asphalt. This program does not include:
  • Replacement of driveways
  • Replacement of driveway aprons
  • Entry walks
  • Functioning curb and gutter meeting engineering standards

Please note: The above items are the responsibility of the homeowner.  Replacement cost is the responsibility of the homeowner. Remember that any driveway reconstruction / replacement requires a building permit.

Delays & Concerns
Street rehabilitation is unfortunately subject to weather conditions. Most materials and construction methods do not fair well in poor weather. Bad weather can therefore delay the project for a few days. We ask for your patience as we wait for better weather.

Most importantly, public safety is a primary concern for the village, contractor, and residents during the rehabilitation process. We ask that you please drive slowly and cautiously through the work areas. We realize that the project presents a significant inconvenience to many residents. Your patience during the construction process is greatly appreciated!

Street Surfacing Map
The Street Surfacing Map indicates the approximate year that the street was surfaced (completed) or resurfaced through the village's Neighborhood Road Improvement Program.