For the past decade, the City has selected streets in the downtown to be part of the Old Town Roadway effort. The streets selected typically have poor pavement conditions which triggers the City to look at the infrastructure and see if they need to be upgraded. Key elements this effort addresses are pavement, sidewalks, curbing, drainage, sanitary sewer, and water mains. All of these are looked at and are replaced or refurbished as needed.
Lozierville and Meadows Old Town Roadway Improvements
This project was originally designed in 2014 to address the neighborhoods along the north and south sides of Main Street. Since then, the project has been phased.
Phase 1 of the current effort includes: George Street, Frederick Street, and Parkside Avenue.
Construction for this phase is planned to begin in Summer 2022 with anticipated substantial completion in late 2022 to early 2023.
Future phases of the effort may include:
Cleveland Ave, Clinton Ave, Cycle Street, East Silver Street, Exchange Street, Lindbergh Boulevard, Lozier Ave, Noble Street, Ashley Street, Cross Street, State Street, and Taylor Ave.
Plans for construction will be determined at a later date.