Below you will find a list of the City's current and upcoming construction projects.

City Projects

63 Street (Improvement District 2022-9)
Information about the project
The existing 63rd Street Corridor is generally unimproved and used for agriculture.  The Lakeview Addition borders the corridor on the west side and the Cub Creek Second Addition on the East.  The dedicated right of way various throughout the corridor.  The Lakeview Addition dedicated 35’ and the Cub Creek Addition dedicated 85’ up to 83rd Avenue.  From 83rd Avenue, the Lakeview Addition dedicated 35’ and Cub Creek Addition has not dedicated any right of way up to Saint Ann Avenue.  The Lakeview Addition right of way various along a curve alignment until approximately 790’ north of 88th Avenue.  No right of way has been platted to the east of this corridor.  At 790’ north of 88th Avenue a public access and utility easement is platted with a width of 85’ at 88th Avenue.  The remaining right of way on the Lakeview Addition will be dedicated on future plats where the easement will become dedicated right of way.  The right of way on the east side of the corridor is anticipated to be platted with the Cub Creek Second Addition. 
63rd Street from 83rd Avenue to 76th Avenue is currently an improved concrete three-lane curb and gutter urban street section.  The section includes a northbound lane, southbound lane and center turn lane.  There is no parking on either side of the street. 

Proposed improvements: 
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential collector street between 88th Avenue and 83rd Avenue in Horace.  The roadway will be a concrete three-lane urban section similar to 63rd Street north of 82nd Avenue.  Public infrastructure proposed includes water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, street improvements, streetlights, and associated items.  The corridor is approximately 2,400 LF in length. 
•    8”, 10” and 12” Sanitary sewer mains, and manholes
•    6”, 8” and 16” water main, and fittings
•    6” fire hydrants and piping
•    Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
•    Concrete surfaced streets with curb and gutter
•    Concrete sidewalks
•    Seeding and hydro-mulching
•    Street lighting

For more information, click here for the preliminary engineering report.
66th Street (Improvement District 2022-8)
Information about the project
The proposed project consists of public infrastructure including, streets, concrete curb and 
gutter, concrete sidewalk, concrete shared use path, streetlights, storm sewer and other 
associated items. An urban street section would be constructed from the intersection of 
76th Avenue and 66th Street north approximately 5700 LF north to the intersection of 64th
Avenue and 66th Street. 

The project is proposed to be constructed in the 2022-2023 construction seasons.
The proposed street width for 66th Street will include 2-12’ driving lanes and a 13’ center 
turn lane. A single lone roundabout is proposed to be constructed in the middle of 
project at the intersection of Christianson Boulevard to keep traffic moving safely and 
efficient. The typical section will consist of the following:
Prepared subgrade
Reinforcement fabric/geogrid
8” Class 5 Aggregate or Recycled Concrete Base
4” Perforated PVC drain tile
Concrete curb and gutter
8” non-Reinforced doweled concrete pavement

Please click here for the preliminary engineering report.
Arrowwood Third Addition (Improvement District 2021-5)
Information about the project 
Arrowwood Third Addition is adjacent to Liberty Lane between the Red River Valley & 
Western Railroad tracks and Cass County Highway 17. The south side of the addition 
borders a row of single-family residential units, the north side of the addition borders an 
area referred to as Willow Court. Willow court has 25 single-family units and a park. 
The addition is bordered by the Red River Valley & Western Railroad tracks on the west 
and Cass County Highway 17 on the east. The addition will be accessed from Liberty 
Lane at two locations. The existing area is generally unimproved, turf-covered and 
currently used for hay.

Proposed improvements:
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential addition to the City of 
Horace. The addition is proposed to have 27 lots consisting of single-family residences, 
townhomes, and stormwater retention pond. Public infrastructure proposed includes
water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, stormwater ponds, stormwater lift station, street 
improvements, streetlights, storm water pond and associated items.
The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
• 8” Sanitary sewer mains, 6” services and 48” diameter manholes
• 6”, and 8” water main, 1” services and fittings
• 6” fire hydrants and piping
• 12”, 15” 18” and 24” Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
• Stormwater pond and control structure
• PVC Underdrain for subgrade and clear water discharge.
• Hot bituminous pavement or concrete surfaced streets with curb and gutter
• Concrete sidewalks
• Seeding and hydro-mulching
• Street lighting

Please click here for the preliminary engineering report to find out more about the project.

Chestnut Drive  & Ironwood Drive Rehabilitation (planned Improvement District 2022-10)
For more information on the planned 2022-10 street rehabilitation projects, please click the links below.

Chestnut Drive 
Ironwood Drive

Please click here for the materials that were presented during the March 31, 2022, public information meeting at the Horace Fire Hall Event Center.

Please click here for the Preliminary Engineering Report as discussed at the April 18, 2022 City Council meeting.
City of Horace Water Projects (Improvement Districts 2020-6 & 2020-7)

Information about the projects
The first of the two water projects, ID 2020-6 Water Line Replacement started on August 17th, 2021. The goal of this project is to replace the old infrastructure which is a major reason for multiple water disruptions in recent years. There are numerous steps in resolving the issues, but the first steps are to accurately locate existing water mains, water service lines, curb stops, and gate valves. This is done through exploratory excavation performed by the contractor.

  • Water mains are primary underground pipes in a municipal water distribution system. They are the major artery supplying water to smaller pipes on the way to homes and businesses. A water main line’s diameter could be anywhere from 6 to 16 inches wide and is often buried 8 feet deep underground, running under or parallel to a street.
  • Water service lines are small pipes connecting water mains to a residence or business. Service lines are usually an inch in diameter.
  • Curb stops are water control valves (basically an on/off switch) located near the property line, which are used to shut off the water to individual properties. Curb stops are essential to isolate water during construction or water leaks in a resident’s home.
  • Gate valves are essential to isolate water by inserting a wrench to move a gate or wedge into the path of water inside a water main. Gate valves help redirect water so that work on water mains can be done.

The second water project, ID 2020-7 Connection to Cass Rural, has also begun. Connecting Horace residents to Cass Rural Water involves installing a meter pit (picture a huge vault that is the size of a pickup truck) near the 63rd St. and 82nd Ave.S. intersection. In the coming months, the contractor is planning to finish the rest of the construction which includes laying new transmission lines from 82nd Ave. S. down to the Horace water tower. 

The completion of the Water Line Replacement project (ID 2020-6) and the Connection to Cass Rural Water project (ID 2020-7) is scheduled for June 2, 2023. 


Please click here for a copy of the preliminary engineering report for the Water Line Replacement project (ID 2020-6) to learn more about the project.

Please click here for a copy of the preliminary engineering report for the Connection to Cass Rural Water project (ID 2020-7) to learn more about the project.

Contractor:
KPH, Contact: Joshua Smith (218) 329-3079

Cub Creek 2nd Addition (Improvement District No. 2022-11)
Information about the project
Water Main System 
The 83rd Avenue South corridor will include both City and CRW water mains to provide looping 
benefits to both water systems. The City water mains will not cross the Legal Drain to the east but 
will provide looping benefits to both 61st and 62nd Street South. The CRW water main will not service 
anything on the west side of the legal drain and will cross beneath the Legal Drain to service all users 
on the east side of the Property. The CRW watermain will be connected to existing water mains on 
the west and east sides of the legal drain. The 83rd Avenue South corridor will include water mains 
for both systems but will remain independent from one another. 

Storm Sewer System 
The proposed Property will include local storm sewer that will be designed for a 5-year rainfall event 
using NOAA Atlas 14 precipitation frequency. The storm water retention ponds will be designed to 
store the 100-year rainfall event and discharge will be limited to the existing pre-developed run-off 
rates from the Property for the 100-year event. The storm water retention system currently has one 
pond which services Cub Creek 1st Addition and adjacent development properties and corridors. 
Three additional ponds will be excavated on the east side of the legal drain to provide the storm 
water retention system required to satisfy the needs of the drainage areas and benefiting areas. 
Additionally, the storm water retention system is planned to use gravity for its discharge method 
eliminating the need for a storm sewer lift station. This design will require large pipes to equalize 
the four ponds and four storm sewer discharges into Legal Drain 27. A storm water report was 
completed and can be found in the preliminary engineering report, see link below. 

The storm sewer discharge is currently planned to be four 48-inch storm sewer pipes as shown on 
the Preliminary Infrastructure Layout. Due to the storm water retention pond being 
regulated by a gravity discharge, to perform future maintenance on the storm water retention 
ponds it will be required to use mobile pumps to lower water levels. 

Southeast Cass Water Resource District provided box culvert sizing for the 83rd Avenue South 
crossing at their Legal Drain. In order for the new roadway crossing to not cause negative impacts 
upstream of the legal drain during flood events, the roadway crossing will need to be designed to 
allow for overtopping during major rainfall events. This roadway design will be coordinated with 
Southeast Cass Water Resource District to meet all of their requirements. 

Streets & Sidewalks 
83rd Avenue South is a collector roadway and will be an access point over Legal Drain 27 to support 
multi-modal transportation. The corridor will provide a concrete roadway, parking to supplement 
the residential neighborhood and parks, landscaping, 10-foot shared-use path and 4.5-foot sidewalk. 
The intent of the project would be to extend this corridor to the limits of the platted right-of-way as 
shown in Preliminary Infrastructure drawings. 

All local streets will consist of a 29-foot back-to-back asphalt roadway with sidewalks installed on 
side yards and ADA ramps provided at intersections to support pedestrian traffic flows. All front yard 
sidewalks are assumed to be installed privately by homebuilders. 

The Property will utilize speed tables in various locations as a traffic calming feature due to length of 
streets and to increase pedestrian safety for crossing. On the west side of the legal drain, two speed 
tables will be used for traffic calming and a pedestrian crossing point on 61st Street South. On the 
east side of the legal drain, two-speed tables are shown for primarily for the shared-use path 
network on 80th Avenue and 83rd Avenue South

Please click here for the preliminary engineering report to learn more about the project.
Please click here to view the district boundary map.
Deer Creek Estates & Deer Creek  Estates 2nd Addition (Improvement District 2021-7)
Information about the project
Deer Creek Estates and Deer Creek Estates Second Addition are adjacent to Cass County Highway 17, 
adjacent to Deer Creek Parkway on both the north and south sides. Deer Creek Estates Addition is located 
on the north side of Deer Creek Parkway and Deer Creek Estates Second Addition is located on the south 
side of Deer Creek Parkway. The north side of the addition borders the Ashwood Addition, a rural subdivision 
annexed into the City of Horace. The east side borders the Deer Creek Addition in the City of Fargo. The 
south side of the addition borders unimproved land currently used for agriculture. 
Deer Creek Estates and Second Addition will be accessed from the south side from 64th Avenue, and on the 
north side Deer Creek Parkway. The existing area is generally unimproved and portions of the second addition currently used for agriculture. 

Proposed improvements: 
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential addition to the City of Horace. The addition 
is proposed to have 103 single-family residences, including 36 twin-home lots. Public infrastructure proposed includes water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, stormwater lift station, street improvements, streetlights, multi-use path, and associated items. 

The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
  • 8”, and 10” Sanitary sewer mains, 4” services and manholes 
  • 6”, 8”, and 12” water main, services and fittings 
  • 6” fire hydrants and piping 
  • Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes 
  • Storm water lift station and outlet structure 
  • Clear water collection piping 
  • Hot bituminous pavement surfaced streets with curb and gutter 
  • Concrete sidewalks
  • Shared-use path
Please click here for the preliminary engineering project to find out more about the project.
Lift Station SA-13 (Improvement District No. 2021-6)
Information about the project
This project consists of the construction of a regional sanitary sewer lift station and forcemain. This lift station and forcemain will service the Deer Creek Estates and Horseshoe Bend areas of Horace. This project was originally Sanitary Sewer Improvement District No. 2018-2, but due to development, the location of the station has been revised to service a much larger area of Horace.

Proposed improvements:
The proposed project will provide sanitary sewer service to the Horseshoe Bend Trailer Park, Deer Creek Estates, Riverdale and undeveloped land south of Deer Creek Parkway along 64th Avenue. The project consists of the construction of a sanitary sewer lift station, forcemain, necessary appurtenances, sanitary sewer mains, manholes and a highway directionally drilled crossing. This lift station will be designed with sufficient depth to maximize the service areas around 64th Avenue. The lift station will be located in the 
southeast corner of the Cass County 17 and Deer Creek Parkway intersection. An easement from the current landowner will be required

The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
• Submersible Pump Lift Station
• Forcemain
• Connection to existing sanitary sewer forcemain
• Connection to existing private forcemain from the Horseshoe Bend Trailer Park.
• Lift station controls
• Lift station electrical
• 8, 10, and 12 Inch sanitary sewer main
• Sanitary sewer manholes
• Seeding and Hydromulching
• Concrete driveway
The method of installation for the proposed improvements will be traditional open cut methods and horizontal directionally drilled highway cased crossing. This lift station will be a part of the City of Horace wastewater collection system. Wastewater from the addition will be collected and routed to this lift station where it will be conveyed to the forcemain connecting Horace to the City of Fargo at Deer Creek. The 
City of Fargo will treat the wastewater. Access to the lift station will be from Deer Creek Parkway.
Disturbed right of way and ditches will have topsoil replaced, seeded and hydro mulched or straw mulched

Please click here for the location and district boundary maps.
Please click here for the preliminary engineering report.

Update: 
As of September 1, 2022, the contractor continues to meet all deadlines. The project is on schedule.
Lift Station SA-14 (Improvement District 2021-4)
Information about the project
The proposed project consists of the construction of a sanitary sewer lift station, forcemain 
and necessary appurtenances. This lift station will be designed with sufficient depth to 
maximize the service areas south of 82nd Avenue and west of 63rd street in Section 17; 
areas south of 81st Avenue and east of 63rd Street in Section 16. The southern boundary 
for the service area is Wall Avenue/88th Avenue. The lift station will be constructed on Lot 
1 Block 7 of the Lakeview Addition. This parcel has been dedicated to the City.

The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
• Submersible Pump Lift Station
• Forcemain
• Connection to existing sanitary sewer forcemain
• Connection to existing sanitary sewer gravity main (Lakeview Addition)
• Lift station controls
• Lift station electrical
The method of installation for the proposed improvements will be traditional open cut 
methods.

This lift station will be a part of the City of Horace wastewater collection system. 
Wastewater from the addition will be collected and routed to this lift station where it will 
be conveyed to the forcemain connecting Horace to the City of Fargo at Deer Creek. The 
City of Fargo will treat the wastewater. Access to the lift station will be from 63rd Street and Saint Ann Avenue. Disturbed right of way and ditches will have topsoil replaced, seeded and hydro-mulched
or straw-mulched. 

Please click here for the preliminary engineering report to find out more about the project
Please click here for the district boundary map
Lost River 7th Addition (Improvement District 2022-2)

Information about the project
Lost River Seventh Addition is north of the Sheyenne River, south of the Lost River 5thaddition and west of the Lost River 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th additions and east of the HoraceSheyenne River Diversion. The north side of the addition borders the Lost River 5thAddition, a single-family home addition, the south side borders unimproved land used for agriculture, the west side borders the Sheyenne Diversion and east sides of the addition borders previous Lost River Additions of single-family homes. The addition will be accessed from Wall Avenue. The existing area is generally unimproved and currently used for agricultural purposes.


Proposed improvements:
The proposed project consists of the construction of a 30.11 Acre residential addition to the
City of Horace. The addition is proposed to have 49 single-family residences, 2 
homeowner association (HOA) lots. Public infrastructure proposed includes water mains
and services, sanitary sewer mains and services, storm sewer mains and laterals, catch 
basins and area inlets, street improvements, streetlights, and associated items.
The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
• 8” Sanitary sewer mains, 4” services and manholes
• 8” water main, 1” and 2” services and fittings
• 6” Sprinkler conduit
• 6” fire hydrants and piping
• Landscaping
• Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
• Hot bituminous pavement with curb and gutter
• Seeding and hydro-mulching
• Street lighting

Please click here for a copy of the preliminary engineering report.
Maple Lakes Addition, Phase II (2022-5)
Information about the project
The Maple Lake Estates Addition is south of County Road 14 and immediately north of 104th Avenue, west of 72nd Street and the Country Acres Area of Horace. The first phase of this addition was constructed in 2021 and currently has single-family home construction ongoing. This proposed project is located in the southeast corner of the Maple Lake Estates Addition in an area bounded by l 04th Avenue on the south, l 02nd Avenue on the north an existing farm field on the west and East Loop Burgundy Drive on the east. This phase is surrounded by single-family homes except for the west which is unimproved and used for agriculture. This phase of the addition will be accessed from l 02nd Avenue and l 04th Avenue. The existing area is generally unimproved.

Proposed improvements: 
The proposed phase II improvements consist of infrastructure improvements for the construction of 60 single-family homes on Concord Drive, and 73rd Street. Public infrastructure proposed includes water mains and services, sanitary sewer mains and services, storm sewer mains and laterals, catch basins and area inlets, street improvements, streetlights, and associated items. 
The proposed project consists of the following improvements: 
•    8" Sanitary sewer mains, 4" services and manholes
•    6" water main, l" services and fittings
•    6" fire hydrants and piping
•    Landscaping
•    Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
•    Hot bituminous pavement with curb and gutter
•    Seeding and hydro-mulching

For more information, please click here for the preliminary engineering report. 

Southdale Farms  4th Addition (Improvement District 2022-6)
Information about the project
Southdale Farms Fourth Addition is adjacent to Cass County Highway l 7, between Christianson Boulevard / 68th Avenue and 64th Avenue. The north and east sides of the addition borders unimproved land currently used for agriculture. The south side of the addition borders the recently completed Southdale Farms Third Addition and just south of that, the previously completed Southdale Farms first Addition. The Southdale Farms first Addition consists of 117 single-family units, 9.1 Acres zoned R-5 Multiple Family Residential and 22.36 Acres zoned R-6 High-Density Residential. The Southdale Farms Third Addition consists of 135 single-family units, l 6. 9 Acres zoned R-6 High-Density Residential, 9.8 Acres zoned MU Mixed Use, and 4.8 Acres zoned C-2 Town Center Commercial. 

The Fourth Addition will be accessed from the south side from Cass County l 7 at Christianson Boulevard / 68th Avenue S. Future access from the north on 64th Avenue S. is planned via 67th Street S. and/or 66th Street S. on the addition's east side. The existing area is generally unimproved and currently used for agriculture. 

The 21 ± Acre area adjacent to the proposed Fourth Addition on the east side is platted as Southdale Farms Second Addition and is owned by the West Fargo ND Public School District. The school district is currently planning on constructing a new elementary school on this property. The school will be constructed likely within the next l -3 years and will be an integral part of the community and development. 
Future development within the project boundary area is anticipated in the currently unplatted areas to the north and east. 

Proposed improvements: 
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential addition to the City of Horace. The addition is proposed to have 197 single-family residences. Public infrastructure proposed includes water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, stormwater lift station, street improvements, streetlights, multi-use path, and associated items. 
The proposed project consists of the following improvements: 
•    8", 1 0" and 12" Sanitary sewer mains, 4" services and manholes
•    6"and 8" water main, services and fittings
•    6" fire hydrants and piping
•    Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
•    Storm water lift station and outlet structure
•    Clear water collection piping
•    Hot bituminous pavement surfaced streets with curb and gutter
•    Concrete sidewalks
•    Shared-use path
•    Seeding and hydro-mulching
•    Street lighting

For more information, please click here for the preliminary engineering report.
Southdale Farms  5th Addition (Improvement District 2022-7)
Information about the project
Southdale Farms Fifth Addition is located east of Cass County Highway l 7 and south of 70th Avenue S., between 6Th Street S. and 66th Street S. The west side of the addition borders the recently completed Southdale Farms First Addition. The north, east, and south sides of the addition border unimproved land previously used for agriculture. The Southdale Farms First Addition consists of 117 single family units, 9.1 Acres zoned R-5 Multiple Family Residential and 22.36 Acres zoned R-6 High Density Residential. 

The Fifth Addition will be accessed on the east side from 66th Street South and on the north side 70th Avenue S. The 66th Street corridor is currently being planned for extension to the north and will provide additional traffic routes to and from the area. The existing area is generally unimproved and currently used for agriculture. 

The 21 ± Acre area north of the proposed Fifth Addition and north of Christianson Boulevard was platted as the Southdale Farms Second Addition and consists of parcels owned by the West Fargo ND Public School District and Horace Park District. The school district is currently planning on constructing a new elementary school on this property. The school will be constructed likely within the next 1-3 years and will be an integral part of the community and development. 

Proposed improvements: 
The proposed project consists of the construction of a residential addition to the City of Horace. The addition is proposed to have 34 single family residences. Public infrastructure proposed includes water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, street improvements, streetlights, sidewalk, and associated items. 
The proposed project consists of the following improvements: 
•    8" and l 0" Sanitary sewer mains, 4" services and manholes
•    8" water main, services and fittings
•    6" fire hydrants and piping
•    Storm sewer mains, laterals, catch basins and manholes
•    Clear water collection piping
•    Hot bituminous pavement surfaced streets with curb and gutter
•    Concrete sidewalks
•    Seeding and hydro-mulching
•    Street lighting

For more information, please click here for the preliminary engineering report.
Visto Addition - Industrial Dr.  & Frontage Rd. (Street Improvement District No. 2022-1)
Information about the project
This project consists of paving a portion of Industrial Drive and Frontage 
Road in the Visto Industrial First Addition.

Proposed improvements:
The proposed project provides a paved surface for the additions. As per the planning of the subdivision to allow for settlement and effects of construction equipment, the final pavement lift was intended to be placed after most of the development in the area was completed. Pavement distresses from heavy equipment used in the construction of buildings in the area can be identified and corrected with the proposed final pavement lift project.

The proposed project consists of the following improvements:
• Water service lines and gate valves to lots without service
• Sanitary sewer service lines to lots without service
• Common excavation on Industrial Drive and Frontage Road
• Aggregate base course on Industrial Drive and Frontage Road
• Reshaping existing aggregate
• Gate valve and manhole adjustments
• Hot bituminous pavement or Reinforced Concrete Pavement
• Topsoil import, seeding, and hydro-mulch

Industrial Drive and the west 850 LF +/- of Industrial Drive and Frontage Road was constructed privately prior to 2019. The street is in fair to good condition, but frost boils develop in the spring. Subgrade failures have been a common occurrence on Industrial Drive north of Frontage Road. Due to these failures and lack of consistent typical section that area will receive the following improvements:
• Common excavation. Excavate the top six inches of material and remove it from 
the site.
• Subgrade preparation. Perform subgrade preparation to the top 1 foot of 
material. Disk the existing material to a uniform consistency and recompact at 
proper moisture. Unsuitable material would be replaced with suitable material if 
necessary.
• Aggregate Base Course. 6 inches of Class 5 aggregate base course will be 
installed and compacted to a uniform cross-section.
• Pavement. Either a 6” hot bituminous pavement or 8” non reinforced concrete section
section will be installed.

The area constructed in 2019 and 2020 has a uniform section consisting of prepared 
subgrade, and 6” of aggregate base course with the top 2” chemically stabilized. This 
area will be regraded to a uniform cross-section and paved with hot bituminous pavement 
or reinforced concrete pavement.

Please click here for the location and district boundary map.
Please click here for the preliminary engineering report.
Wall Avenue Street Improvements (SSt. ID No. 2022-3 ) & (SSSt. ID No. 2022-4)

Information about the project
On November 15, 2021, the City Council of the City of Horace (the “City”) created Storm and Street Improvement District No. 2022-3 (“SSt. ID No. 2022-3”) consisting of the improvement of Wall Avenue from the Sheyenne River to Cass County Highway 17, and Sewer, Storm, and Street Improvement District No. 2022-4 (“SSSt. ID No. 2022-4”) consisting of the improvement of Wall Avenue from the Sheyenne Diversion to the Sheyenne River (collectively, the “Proposed Projects”).
The Proposed Projects may benefit your property, and as such, your property is included in one or both district boundaries. Because your property is within the district boundaries, the City may levy a special assessment on your property. 

What are the Proposed Projects and why do we need them?
In addition to creating the improvement districts, the City Council directed the City Engineer to develop preliminary engineering reports to determine the need for the projects, identify project alternatives, present a life cycle cost analysis of technically feasible alternatives, and propose specific courses of action. The preliminary engineering reports describe the need for improving Wall Avenue to alleviate poor road conditions and public safety concerns. More specifically, the Proposed Projects provide the following:

SSt. ID No. 2022-3 SSSt. ID No. 2022-4
Storm sewer main, laterals, catch basins, and manholes 8" sanitary sewer mains and manholes
Hot bituminous pavement or concrete surfaced streets with curb and gutter Storm sewer main, laterals, catch basins, and manholes 
Seeding and hydro-mulching Hot bituminous pavement and concrete surfaced streets with curb and gutter
Street lighting Seeding and hydro-mulching
4.5' sidewalk on the north side of the street Street lighting
10' concrete shared use path on the south side of the street 10' concrete shared use path on the south side of the street


Please click here for the SSt. ID No. 2022-3 district boundary map 
Please click here for the SSSt. ID No. 2022-4  district boundary map 

Update 
The project will start in 2023.