2021 City Pavement Rehab Update
Lake Lucy Road Area, Redwing Lane Area and Choctaw Circle Area: These three project areas will continue with work on remaining punch list items over the next couple of weeks.
Trapper Pass Phase 1: The contractor has scheduled reclaiming of the streets in phase 1 on August 19th and 20th. To learn more about the reclaiming work, check out this YouTube video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVwMZ01c_Cg. The reclaiming will be followed by grading, re-compaction, and tolerancing tasks in addition to adjusting manhole castings and gate valves in preparation for paving the base course of asphalt. Base paving has been tentatively planned for September 2nd and 3rd. The soil correction work in the cul-de-sac at Staghorn Lane and the intersection with Trapper’s Pass will occur next week. Reclaiming will be followed by removals, subgrade prep, draintile and gravel installation, and curb replacement. Curb removal will also occur in the west end of Trapline Ln after the reclaiming, and be followed by the addition of gravel and curb replacement.
Trapper Pass Phase 2: There will be a Road Closure Monday, August 23rd through Tuesday, August 24th in the Cascade Pass area, to install a deep storm structure. The closure will be adjacent to 6224, 6226, 6217, and 6219 Cascade Pass. Properties south of this location will be able to have access from the south. Properties north of this location will need to utilize Castle Ridge to access their properties. Construction work on the water main, storm sewer, and drain tile continues and is expected to wrap up near the end of next week.
Marsh Drive Area: Utility work in the Marsh Drive area is expected to begin along Hidden Lane the week of August 23rd. You may notice delivery of equipment prior to construction. The Discovery United Methodist Church located at 275 E Lake Street, has graciously offered to allow parking in their lot for those needing a place to park during road construction in the Marsh Drive area.
Kurvers Point Area: Construction work is tentatively planned to begin in this area the week of September 20.