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Posted on: May 16, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Juniper Street Reconstruction Project Update-May 15, 2023

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May 15, 2023 Update - Juniper Street Reconstruction Project 

The Juniper Street Reconstruction Project is about to begin! The City’s contractor, Miller Excavating, is planning to begin work within the project area the week of May 15th, weather permitting. The tasks to be completed the week of May 15th while the roadway remains open to traffic include installation of traffic control and erosion control devices.

Beginning the week of May 22nd, Juniper Street will be closed to through traffic to allow for construction of the roadway including the storm sewer. Juniper Street will continue to be closed to through traffic until the project reaches completion. It is recommended residents park on the adjacent paved street to avoid driving on un-paved and uneven surfaces. The work anticipated to begin the week of May 22nd includes:

Roadway Pavement Removals

Storm Sewer Installation

Please note that the schedule is subject to change. More detailed schedule information will be provided via email for those who have signed up for email updates.

It will be the project team’s goal to minimize the impact to residents and businesses during construction activities. As with all construction projects, patience and communication are the greatest assets to completing a successful project. Therefore, we request your patience in dealing with construction issues and invite you to contact us with your questions, comments, and concerns as they arise throughout the project.

Project Communication

Project alerts will be available via text and email. Residents can receive these alerts by signing up on the City’s website by clicking “Notifications” at the bottom of the page and signing up for “Juniper Street Reconstruction Project” notifications. If you have questions about signing up please call Katie Koscielak at the contact location on the reverse side.

Doorhangers will be used to communicate property-specific information such as interruption to driveway access or curb and gutter being poured.

Please feel free to call Katie with questions. She will get back to you within 24-hours at a maximum. Generally, response times are much faster than 24-hours.

Katie Koscielak-Project Manager

Matthew Hanson-On Site Representative

Bob Goebel-Public Works Director

2023 Juniper Street Reconstruct Project 1st Newsletter (PDF)

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