Last Updated: 03/08/2018
UPDATE - Construction Delay: This project has been delayed until 2019. Please see details below.
The project includes public utility replacement including sanitary sewer main, force main, and laterals; water main and services; and storm sewer. All of the curb and gutter and drive aprons will be replaced and new asphalt pavement will be constructed. There will be spot repairs of the sidewalk.
City Traffic Engineering is proposing to reconfigure the intersection of Daley Drive/S. Bryan Street/Fair Oaks Avenue. Updated plans are posted here: Preliminary Plans
In addition, Traffic Engineering will be sending surveys to Bryan Street residents regarding the desire for speed humps, which could be included with the project pending the survey results.
City Engineering had planned to begin the street reconstruction project in June 2018. A separate follow-up project was also planned to replace the sanitary sewer pumping station on James Street (next to the creek) in 2019. The sanitary sewer pumping station was built in 1959, and as replacement parts are no longer available, the lift station needs to be replaced so that we are able to continue to maintain it. After further review, City Engineering has decided that it is more logical to replace the pump station at the same time as the street reconstruction project, and to construct the entire project in 2019. This will avoid disturbing the west end of James Street twice, and it may eliminate the need for some existing sanitary sewer that runs through wooded areas along the creek that are difficult to access. The City will still proceed with the process to approve the project at the Common Council on March 20th, 2018, but will now bid out the project in late 2018, and begin construction in Spring 2019.
S. Bryan Street - S Fair Oaks Ave to Milwaukee St
Daley Drive - West end to Bryan St
James Street - West end to S Fair Oaks Ave
Thorp Street - West end to S Fair Oaks Ave
Public Information Meeting
A Public Information Meeting was held on Thursday February 15th, 2018. A copy of the presentation can be found here: