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Capital Improvements
2014 Capital Improvements
The City’s 2014 capital improvement projects include the following stormwater and street projects.

Brush Creek Ramp: Located along Mission Drive between Shadow Lane and E. Mission Drive, this maintenance ramp along with the failing wall that extends from the ramp to the E. Mission Drive culvert will be replaced. The new wall will be constructed of stacked stone, in accordance with the City’s Open Channel Master Plan.  This project is funded with 2013 dollars.  It began late in 2013 and will be completed in early 2014, as the winter months are an ideal time to complete this kind of work.

Overbrook (67th to Sagamore): This project includes updating the stormwater system on Overbrook Road, as well as replacement of the street. Reconstruction includes new curbs, drive approaches and sidewalks (as needed) and a new road surface.   The stormwater portion of the project will affect 65th Street from Overbrook to State Line Road as well as a portion of Overbrook north and south of the 65th Street intersection. Portions of 65th Street and Overbrook will be closed intermittently during construction.  This project will begin in January and be completed, weather permitting, in May/June.

69th Street (Belinder to Tomahawk): Reconstruction includes new curbs, drive approaches and a new road surface.   There are two stormwater pipe crossings that will be updated.  These are small improvements and will require a complete road closure at the construction area.  Due to the short length of pipe being laid each closure should last less than a week.  This project will likely begin in late summer or early fall as Water One has announced its plan to replace the water main on this section of 69th Street prior to the City’s project beginning.  Water One’s work should begin in late winter or early spring and last through the summer.

Pembroke Lane:  Reconstruction includes new curbs, drive approaches and a new road surface.   This project will likely begin in the spring.  In addition, some creek work in the City right-of-way will occur.­