Orchard Lane Area Street & Utility Reconstruction Project
This proposed project includes the reconstruction of streets in the Orchard Lane area in the summer of 2019. The proposed project includes replacement of water main under the street and water services from the water main to your property line, sanitary sewer repairs and stormwater management improvements. Pavement of West 64th Street will be rehabilitated with spot curb and gutter repairs along with replacement of a section of water main.
April 17, 2019
A neighborhood meeting has been scheduled for April 24, 2019 from 4:30 to 6pm at Herman Field Park. Please stop in to meet project staff and ask any questions you may have about construction.
Centurylink is finishing up their utility relocation by the end of this week. Tree removal will be taking place this week. Beginning April 22, erosion control will be installed and temporary water will start to be installed. Road and driveway removal will begin next week as well.
March 28, 2019
A request for utility locates was called in the week of March 25. Beginning the week of April 1, Xcel Energy and Centurylink will be on site relocating small utilities ahead of the project. Survey crews will also be out placing stakes and flags to prepare for construction.
March 13, 2019
At the January 28, 2019 City Council meeting, Council awarded the contract to Northwest Asphalt, Inc. Council also adopted the assessment roll for the Orchard Lane Area Street and Utility Reconstruction Project. Construction is scheduled to begin in April.
|Public Hearing||October 22, 2018|
|Council Approves Plans & Specifications; Orders Ad for Bid||November 13, 2018|
|Public Information Meeting||January 17, 2019|
|Assessment Hearing; Award of Contract||January 28, 2019|
|Construction Begins||April 2019|
|Neighborhood Meeting||April 24, 2019|
|Substantial Completion||September 2019|
|Final Completion||June 2020|
|Project Notifications Disclaimer|
|Due to the variability of construction, updates typically do not include specific details such as day-to-day scheduled activity. The City's inspector or contractor will notify occupants directly if they will be impacted by a utility service shut down (example: water shutoff), or work (such as excavation or new curb) that will impede access to the property for a period of hours or days.|