This will be an active construction site, so the work will be noticeable. When crews are actively working on your street, they will have a water truck on site to keep the dust down. Otherwise, you will notice orange cones and construction signs set up as needed.
Crews are fixing the storm water sewer system, which may require that your utility lines be relocated. Prolonged outages are not expected. Residents will be notified if utility services will be interrupted.
Yes, for the majority of the project. However, there will be a period of time where you will not be able to drive on certain stretches of roadway or park directly outside of your home. Crews will do their best to limit the number of days where access is restricted.
Residents have been telling the city for years that road improvements are the number one priority. Citizen Surveys in 2013, 2015 and 2018 put road conditions at the top of the list for needed improvements. So, the City of Edgerton is replacing several streets where the pavement is past its useful life. Based on a survey from several years ago, …
If you need wheelchair access or have medical needs that could be impacted by the street reconstruction project, contact Kara Banks, City Communications and Marketing Director, at 913-893-6231 to request accommodations during construction.
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