City Utilities is designing a project to address erosion and stabalize a section of the bank of the Fairfield Ditch. The work will be done on the northside of the ditch upstream from the Belle Vista Bridge.
City Utilities is designing a project that will improve drainage and reduce flooding on Melbourne Court and Kenton Lane. The project will involve reshaping and regrading portions of the Lawrence Drain into a two-stage ditch, which will provide more stormwater storage during and after rain storms. The project will incorporate properties along the west side of Melbourne Court that have been purchased by the City.
Design Meeting invitation - April 9, 2018
City Utilities has selected a contractor for a project that will install a new storm sewer pipe and inlets to improve drainage in the 4900 block of Hemlock Lane. The new storm sewer will run east to Reed Road where it will connect with an existing storm sewer. Constructed is expected to begin in mid-July 2018.
|January 2019||Fairfield Ditch Bank Stabalization - Phase 1 - design|
|January 2019||Plymouth Road Storm Drainage Improvements - design|
|September 2018||Brookside-Parkerdale Storm Drainage Improvements - design|
|August 2018||St. Croix Drive Drainage Improvement|
|November 2018||Hessen Cassel Road Storm Drainage Improvements Phase 1 & 2 - design|
|April 2018||Lawrence Drain Storm Drainage Improvement - design|
|March 2018||Hemlock Lane Storm Drainage Improvement - design|
|Summer 2019||Huffman-Putnam Sewer Separation Phase 1|
|March 2018||Louisedale Drive Drainage Improvements - design|
|March 2018||Schoppman Drain Imprvements - design|
|Spring 2019||Aboite Meadows Storm Drainage Improvements|
|January 2018 - September 2018||Buesching Drive-North Drive-Reed Road Storm Drainage Improvements|
|December 2017 - December 2018||Maplewood Park Storm Drainage Improvements|