Capital Improvement Program

Capital Improvement Program

The Capital Improvement Program is a five year projection of major new construction and repair and rehabilitation projects to be implemented. This includes reconstruction projects like like Harbin Avenue, West Marvin Avenue, Indian Hills Drive and North Hawkins Street to name just a few. Below is a list of the current Capital Improvement Program projects for 2021-2022 fiscal year:

Clift Street, South Flat Street, and East Madison Street
The scope of work for this corridor project begins at Clift St. from the southern limits to MLK Blvd., S. Flat St. from Jefferson Street to the BNSF railroad and E. Madison St. from from S. Flat St. to Clift St. There will be utility improvements of the water, sanitary sewer and storm drain as well as road improvements with ADA sidewalks and street lights. The project has been given a Notice to Proceed date of Monday November 30th. Click here to read the construction start notice.  Click here to read the current newsletter.

Monticello Drive Phase 1 & 2
This is a reconstruction project that is currently under design phase. The plans call for improvements to utility lines; water, storm drain and sanitary sewer. The project will also make improvements to the road and install ADA compliant sidewalks with curb ramps and street lights. The project scope will be from Richmond Lane to Cumberland Road. There is a meeting scheduled for November 9th to the residents of Monticello Drive. Click here to read the Fact Sheet for the meeting.

North College Street Drainage and Wastewater project
PLEASE NOTE - There are partial road closures and traffic lane changes until further notice starting at Waters St. 
This project generally includes the installation of approximately 2,020 LF of storm drain ranging in size from 60” RCP to 7’x6’ RCB, approximately 1,030 LF 8” wastewater line, and approximately 8,400 SY 2.5” Type D HMAC pavement replacement with approximately 3,400 SY 5” Type B HMAC pavement replacement.



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