Project Updates – October 20, 2022

Phase 1

Crews will begin pouring the remainder of the concrete sidewalks and driveways in the afternoon tomorrow, October 21. This work will continue into next week, the week of October 24. There is a 7-day curing period after the concrete has been installed to allow it to build enough strength to be driven on.  Please do not drive on the concrete during this period of time. Keep off new concrete that is marked off with signs, stakes, or ribbon until it is reopened.

Also occurring next week will be the installation of the asphalt pavement on the remaining streets in Phase 1. Asphalt driveway pavement installation and yard and boulevard restoration will follow.

All work is weather dependent. In the case of inclement weather, concrete and paving work will continue the following day if possible.

Phase 1 Update – September 30, 2022

Week of October 3rd

  • Completion of private utility relocations

Week of October 10th

  • Installation of remaining concrete curb & gutter
  • Installation of remaining concrete driveways and sidewalks
  • Restoration of yards and boulevards will begin

Week of October 17th

  • Installation of 1st lift of asphalt pavement on the remaining streets
  • Restoration of yards and boulevards will continue

 

Phase 2 Update – September 30, 2022

Week of October 3rd

  • Completion of private utility relocations

Week of October 10th

  • Removal of remaining utility poles in preparation for remaining sidewalk work

Newly Seeded Lawns in Phase 2 – Setpember 16, 2022

Construction of the 2021 Downtown Improvements Project – Phase 2 has been progressing nicely. Recently, the contractor installed seed over areas in Phase 2 yards to restore disturbed areas. Now that the new seed is in place, we will need your help to ensure that the turf survives during its rooting process! The contractor is responsible for getting the seed to initially grow over these new areas; however, homeowners are responsible for mowing and long-term maintenance once the seed has grown.

Please refer to the Newly Seeded Lawn Management guide to restore your lawn to its prior beauty as quickly as possible. If your residence received new seed, you will also receive a paper notice with this same information some time next week.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this, please reach out to Jared Voge.

Trash, Recycling & Mail Access

Until further notice, continue to place your garbage and recycling bins where you normally place them for each scheduled pickup. We ask that you please have your garbage or recycling bins at the end of your driveway the evening before it is supposed to be picked up. This will help the contractor know that garbage and recycling bins need to be moved to side streets. The contractor will contact and coordinate with the pick-up companies. Please write or display your house number prominently on your bins so they can be returned to you.

The contractor will contact and coordinate with the postal service on how mail will be delivered during the project. Temporary mailboxes will be installed where needed. For information on Post Office access, please review the access letter.