August 2, 2019
The contractor has recently milled the temporary wedge of pavement on the edges of the roadway that were installed to protect the new concrete curb and gutter during the winter. The contractor has indicated that they intend to pave the final layer of asphalt next week. Please do not park on the street during the day while the contractor is paving and exercise caution when driving through the construction area. Vehicles can drive on the new asphalt soon after placement after it has been rolled. The contractor has also completed the majority of the restoration in the project area. The contractor is responsible for maintaining the sod for 30 growing days. After the growing days expire City staff will inspect the sod and mark deficient areas for replacement. For the first couple of weeks following the placement of sod please do not more until the sod is firmly rooted and when mowed, please do not mow to a short length so that the sod can establish itself. While the contractor is responsible for watering the sod for the first 30 growing days, property owners can help ensure the success of the sod by supplementing the watering if needed.
|Project Area Map (PDF)|
This project involves the reconstruction of the streets in the Kilmer Park neighborhood, as shown on the map. Street reconstruction is an intensive project that completely rebuilds an existing street. The project will include changing the streets from a rural section with ditch drainage to an urban design with curb and gutter and storm sewer. A large storm sewer component will be included in the project with the intention of reducing the amount of flooding and erosion in the neighborhood.
- Informational Meeting:
7-8 p.m. Jan. 31, Plymouth Maintenance Facility
- Open House:
4:30-6:30 p.m. March 5, Plymouth Maintenance Facility
- Public Hearing: May 8, 2018, approved by City Council
- Construction: May-Spring 2019
- Street Reconstruction FAQs – Answers to frequently asked questions about street reconstruction projects
- Informational Meeting Slides (PDF) – Slides from the presentation at the Jan. 31 project informational meeting
- Informational Meeting Q&A (PDF) – Questions and answers from the Jan. 31 project informational meeting
- 90% Plan Open House Invitation (PDF) – Letter inviting residents to the March 5 open house to review the 90% draft plans
- 90% Plan (PDF) – A draft of the construction plans for the Kilmer Park Street Reconstruction Project.
- Staff Report (PDF) – A March 13 memo to the City Council outlining preliminary project information
- Neighborhood Comments and Responses (PDF) – Responses to neighborhood questions and concerns, issued March 13
- Sample Assessment Payment Options (PDF) – A sample assessment with four available payment options
- Senior Assessment Deferment Information (PDF) – Application and information for assessment deferrals for qualifying seniors
- Public Hearing Presentation (PDF) – Presentation from the public improvement and assessment meeting May 8
- Construction Guide Newsletter (PDF) – Newsletter mailed to residents May 21
Tony Moening, Project Inspector / Senior Engineering Technician
Plymouth City Hall | 3400 Plymouth Blvd. | Plymouth, MN 55447-1482
P 763-509-5545 | F 763-509-5510 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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