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September 2021 – Project Update

(8/30 – 9/3)

Sidewalk Project 

Chippewa Concrete will complete the 4th Street sidewalk this week.

Street Project

Dunn Blacktop will begin Tuesday mainline paving in the following order: East 15th Street, Idso Ct. Gladiola Drive, Country View Drive, Richland Avenue, and East 13th Street.  Wednesday–will begin overlay paving.  Storm sewer installation will be performed by Alcon on East 2nd Street.  Thursday–mainline paving will continue to potentially two crews operating. Friday–mainline paving will continue.  Discussion is being held with respect to diverting to patching of areas ahead of chip sealing.

Alley Project

Dunn Blacktop anticipates completing alleys this week as they were delayed due to the heavy rains last week.

Water Tower Project

Painting continues.

Schedules are subject to change, but we appreciate everyone’s patience.

 

May 25, 2021 Project Update

Sidewalk Updates–Concrete removals have been completed, aside from sections that are slated to be removed and grass re-established.

Driveways and outwalks along 7th Street will be poured Tuesday (5/25) and will continue pouring mainline sidewalk through the week (weather permitting) within the 7th – 14th Street, east of Church Avenue.

Pedestrian ramp construction will continue through the end of the week.  Estimated completion of ramps north of 6th Street by the end of the week (weather permitting) and possibly begin working on ramps south of 6th Street midweek.

Street Updates–Concrete removal/replacement of pedestrian ramps and curbs related to street construction project proposed to begin June 7 north of Highway 14.

Trail Updates–Trail paving/construction to begin June 1 with the Hwy 14 section to Catholic church being completed first.

May 25th, 2021|News|

ST. CHARLES RESIDENT NOTICE—Flags, stakes, markings in the boulevards/yards?

ST. CHARLES RESIDENT NOTICE—Flags, stakes, markings in the boulevards/yards?
Staff of WHKS Engineering have been working since mid-November to survey areas of town as the City is drafting plans in order to publicly advertise for bids for a potential street, sidewalk, trail project in 2021.
Where necessary, utility companies have been requested to also mark their related utilities with flags and stakes in order to provide a clear picture for any proposed plan. We are asking residents to allow the markers to remain in place until the end of January for the various crews to properly document. The scope and project will be dependent on bids received. We appreciate everyone’s patience.
January 15th, 2021|News|