Current Construction Projects

2020 Project Schedule (Tentative)


Location
Proposed Construction
Tentative Start Date
Greenwood and Jackson-Morrell to Franklin Finish paving, restoration items Apr 20
Loomis Park Sledding Hill Place topsoil, seed and mulch blankets May 4
Fourth St Roundabouts Install irrigation and landscaping May 4
Adrian St, MLK Equality Trail to Morrell Install streetlights May 26
Morrell St, Martin Luther King Jr Dr to Cooper Install streetlights May 26
Franklin, Brown to West Reconstruct payment and curbs, construct sidewalk through gaps, replace water main May 26
Pavement Patching-Various Locations Mill and repave patch-size areas at various locations Jun 8
Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Morrell to Mason Reconstruct pavement & curbs, construct roundabout at Morrell, replace water main Jun 15
E Hickory Ave, Fourth to Elmdale Construct storm sewer outside of roadway
Aug 3
Third St, Washington to Michigan Reconstruct pavement and curbs, replace water main, install streetlights Aug 3
Washington, Fourth to First Reconstruct pavement, replace water main, install streetlights
Aug 3
Clinton St, Homecrest to Blackstone Reconstruct pavement and curbs and replace water main Aug 3
Wellworth St, Losey to east end Reconstruct pavement Sep 1
Durand, Higby and Thompson Sts, Carlton to Michigan Replace sidewalk ramps, curb repairs, mill and resurface Sep 7
First Alley E of Mechanic, Cortland to Michigan Construct storm sewer, reconstruct pavement, replace Consumers and AT&T duct banks Sep 8
Jackson St, Pearl to Glick Replace sidewalks around new 200 Building Oct 3




Requesting a Construction Project


Contact the Engineering Division at 517-788-4160 to see if a street is scheduled for construction within the next few years. If it is not scheduled for reconstruction, the resident can obtain a petition from the City Clerk's Office.

According to City Ordinance, petitions signed by at least 50% of property owners can initiate public improvements such as street construction. If ordered for construction, property owners would be assessed for their share of the construction cost.