Current Projects

Sidewalk Infill Program

Timeline TBD
Fill in sidewalk in areas that either have no sidewalk or have partial sidewalks that need to be  connected. It's proposed to break this project into three phases so that it can be properly managed and constructed with lower impact on the residents. Phase 2 will take place in 2018 and includes the Owen Heights area, Farley Lane, 51st Place to 53rd St., and 52nd St./Farley Court.


  • Project information letters were sent out to property owners on Jan. 23rd.
  • Project is currently in the design phase.
  • A Public Meeting is anticipated to be in late March.
  • Advertise for bids late March.
  • Construction is anticipated to start in June-July.

Notice to Residents


Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) Street Evaluation

October 2017 – April 2018
The least intrusive way to determine where to begin street upgrades is through the use of ground penetrating radar.  This equipment will reveal existing asphalt thickness as well as the thickness of the existing base.  Staff can then prioritize the program using worst will be first strategies.


  • Diversified Infrastructure Services, Inc. (DIS) completed scanning roads required by contract
  • Evaluating data on road structure before submitting report to City
  • Prioritizing and developing types of repairs needed

Drainage Improvements
54th Terrace & Switzer Road

November – December 2017
The  subdivision was  developed in phases without any drainage improvement on the  street. The properties receive drainage water from the development from the north. Drainage meanders through multiple properties until it is captured in a private drainage improvement that outlets to City storm system on 55th Street. Streets and some of the lower lying properties may experience flooding.


  • Pre-construction meeting on Nov. 1
  • Construction scheduled to begin Nov. 27
  • 35 calendar days to complete the project

Owen Heights (CMP Repair) 

September 2017 – March 2018
An aging storm drain system runs from Eby Street/47th  Street to Antioch Road. Many  sections  of  the  corrugated metal pipes (CMP)  are  beyond  their  design  lives  and structural integrity of the pipes is compromised.  A portion of 60” CMP collapsed and repaired by Public Works in Spring 2010.  Another section has failed and separated from the system on 48th Street. The project will  eliminate potential risk for sink holes and extend the system’s life by about 50 years.


  • On Nov. 1, the contractor began removing existing Corrugated Metal Pipe and placing new Reinforced Concrete Pipe at Antioch Rd.
  • Project is currently in Winter shutdown.
  • Remaining items of work is to replace existing storm drain boxes on 48th St, 47th Ter, Eby St, and 47th St. Also, lining of the existing CMP storm Drain.

Notice to Residents


Johnson Drive Reconstruction

March – June 2018
The  project entails  Johnson Drive fromWest City Limits to Kessler Lane. The scope of work includes removal of  concrete cap around Merriam Drive area, 2 inch mill/overlay, pavement marking, install new streetlights, pedestrian  traffic signal modification, traffic signal system/backup and replacement of curb/gutters/sidewalk/ADA ramps as required. 


  • Staff met with design engineers
  • Identify potential design issues at Johnson Dr. and Merriam Dr. east to BNSF
  • Right of Entry Agreements and property information letters have been sent out to property owners along Johnson Dr.
  • All sidewalks along both sides of Johnson Dr. will be removed and replaced in the existing location.
  • All driveway approaches will be removed and replaced.
  • Sections of curb and gutters will be removed and replaced.
  • Johnson Drive will be milled and replaced with a 2” asphalt surface overlay.
  • The Johnson Dr. and Merriam Dr. intersection from Turkey Creek Bridge to BNSF Railroad will be completely removed and reconstructed.
  • New Pedestrian signals near Mastin and near Goodman.
  • New Streetlights placed along both sides of Johnson Dr.
  • Adverse for bids mid-March.
  • Construction anticipated to start in May-June.

Public Meeting Notice