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McMenemy Street Improvements
About the Project:
The McMenemy Street Improvement project is a full reconstruction project that began construction in 2022. The project includes many improvements to McMememy Street including a full removal of the existing street and underlying base. The new roadway will consist of two new pavement layers, an aggregate base layer, and a free-draining sub-base layer, along with the installation of concrete curb and gutter. Utility improvements include the removal and replacement of the cast iron water main system, the expansion of the storm sewer system, and repairs to the existing sanitary sewer system. An 8-foot wide multi-use porous asphalt trail is proposed along the east-side of McMenemy street to connect the area to the larger trail systems along County Road B to the north and Wheelock Parkway to the south.
In the spring of 2023, the final layer of pavement will be installed on the project streets, the asphalt trail will be installed along the east side of McMenemy Street, the remaining concrete walkways and bus pads will be installed, the retaining walls will be completed, remaining driveway ends will be installed, and the boulevard areas will be restored.
The project is scheduled to resume the week of April 24th and be completed by early June 2023. Please refer to the Spring Startup Letter in the project documents below for further information.
If you have any questions or comments in regards to the project, please reach out to the project team at your earliest convenience. We sincerely thank you for your patience and cooperation throughout the challenging construction process. We look forward to wrapping things up as quickly as possible next spring.
- Neighborhood Meeting #1 (PDF)
- Neighborhood Meeting #2 (PDF)
- McMenemy Street Feasibility Report (PDF)
- McMenemy Street Spring Startup Letter (PDF)
If you have any questions or comments in regards to the street project, please feel free to reach out to Assistant City Engineer Jon Jarosch by phone at (651) 249-2405, or by email at email@example.com. We sincerely thank you for your participation in the public improvement process as we work together to make these improvements to your neighborhood.