It is our intention to keep the neighborhood informed on this project as much as possible. To that end, the City will be creating a weekly update that will be posted here by Friday afternoon each week.
Week of June 4, 2018
2018 Street Improvements – Project 18-1
Bernard St. – West of Robert St.
The contractor will be replacing watermain and sanitary sewer manholes at intersections next week. On Monday they plan to start at Humboldt Ave. and will continue to move east from there. Please plan to enter/exit your property accordingly each day to avoid the intersection being worked on.
Bernard St. – East of Robert St.
Xcel Gas continues gas main replacement.
Rehnberg Pl./Felix St./Christensen Ave.
On Monday, the contractor will begin removal of sections of concrete curb and driveway aprons that have settled or are broken. They will also be replacing storm sewer castings. Later in the week new concrete will be poured. Please do not drive or park on any newly poured concrete for a week.
The contractor is planning to start work next week with removal and replacement of sections of concrete curb and driveway aprons that have settled or are broken. The removal crew working on Rehnberg/Felix/Christensen will come over to Charlton St. once they are done, so work won’t begin on Monday. Crews will also be replacing storm sewer castings. Later in the week new concrete will be poured. Pedestrian ramps that are not ADA compliant will also be removed and replaced. Please do not drive or park on any newly poured concrete for a week.
For your safety and that of the workers, please avoid driving through the construction areas as much as possible.
The following city street will be fully reconstructed this summer:
Replacement of watermain, storm sewer, curb and gutter, and asphalt will be included. It is expected the work will begin in mid-May and conclude in mid-October.
The following city streets will be milled and overlaid this summer:
While a mill & overlay is a much less intrusive pavement rehabilitation option, residents should still expect construction delays in the project locations.