Category: Public Works Department News

May 2012 Service Requests

A total of 324 service requests from citizens and City staff were recorded during May 2012 in the Public Works Department. This was an increase of 64 requests (25%) from the previous month’s count of 260. The chart below tracks the number of requests recorded each day by staff.    On May 7 the department…
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Staley Road Construction Update

The Staley Road Project remains ahead of schedule for stage 1 construction (Springfield Avenue – Route 10 to Bradley Avenue). Patching, leveling binder, pipe culvert extensions, sidewalk ramps, pipe under drains, concrete curb and gutter, and full depth road widening will be complete by the end of the week. Remaining stage 1 items consist of…
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2012 Public Works Kids’ Day

The Public Works Department hosted their Biennial Public Works Kids’ Day on June 5, 2012. This activity stems from celebrating the APWA Public Works Week to recognize Public Works’ staff for work they do throughout the year. This event gives children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews of Public Works’ employees an opportunity to experience firsthand the…
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John Street

O’Neil Brothers has completed a major project milestone, they have completed all of the pavement and sidewalk along the project. O’Neil Brother’s subcontractor, JF New, is working on planting the final rain gardens along Willis Avenue. During the week of June 4, JF New will complete grading and seeding along the entire project parkway. Landscaping…
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Town Center Boulevard Improvements – Start of Construction

Cross Construction, Inc. began construction activities for improvements along Town Center Boulevard between Neil Street and Ryder Lane this week. The project includes: A traffic signal at the intersection of Moreland Boulevard and Town Center Boulevard. An eastbound left turn lane from Town Center onto northbound Moreland. A westbound left turn lane from Town Center…
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John Street

O’Neil Brothers is near the terminus to the John Street Drainage Improvement Project, Daniel and Willis Street. Over the last couple of weeks, the new storm sewer system has worked as designed and prevented flooding at the intersection of Daniel and Willis. Pavement has been constructed to the final intersection of Daniel and Willis. Remaining…
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Staley Road Project

The Staley Road Project is currently slightly ahead of schedule for stage 1 (Springfield Avenue – Route 10 to Bradley Avenue). Patching is complete and Open Road Paving Company continues to work on pipe culvert extensions, sidewalk ramps, pipe under drains, concrete curb and gutter, full depth road widening, and earthwork items. Later next week,…
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