If you have an emergency that requires medical, fire or police staff, call 9-1-1. For emergencies involving the roadway, like a water main break or dangerous pothole, call City Hall at 913-893-6231 and press 0 to reach the on-call staff member.
The roadway surface will be 28 feet across, from curb-to-curb. That allows for parking on one side of the street with two driving lanes. There will be sidewalk on one side of the road. Sidewalks will be installed on the north and west sides of the streets, except in locations where sidewalk already exists. Those sidewalks will be replaced on …
Any trees or landscaping close to the street may be removed during the construction. Construction crews will speak to homeowners before removing large trees and any hardscape products. If you’re concerned about a specific feature of your yard, please contact City Hall or the project superintendent.
Crews will be pouring concrete entrances for all the driveways along the affected roads. While the concrete is setting up, you will not be able to use your driveway. You will be notified in advance.
The city contracted Miles Excavating to complete the work. 1st Phase: Replacing and repairing storm sewers 2nd Phase: Demolition of existing streets and sub-grading 3rd Phase: Installation of new curbs and asphalt 4th Phase: Installation of new driveways and sidewalks 5th Phase: Lawn restoration Construction is underway now. Most of the work should be completed by the end of the …
The City of Edgerton will send out notifications on Notify JoCo for major project updates. Sign up for Notify JoCo here. You can also check out this website for details about the project. Homeowners and tenants will receive street specific information, like details about road closures and parking, from the contractor during the construction process.
We will return your yard to existing or better conditions. Under guidelines from the American Public Works Association, landscaping can only be done during certain times of the spring or fall. If your lawn cannot be repaired during the fall window, crews will return in the spring to sod to your yard. This includes watering for 21 days after the …
Generally, crews will be working between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The contractor also plans on working many Saturdays.
The project is currently in the design phase. Construction may start as early as mid-summer. Crews plan to have substantial completion by the end of this year.
Yes, crews will return your property to existing or better conditions.
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