Contractors in the Sturgeon Bay area are starting 2021 Mill and Pave Roadway work that will be a help to business and property owners beginning this week. During the curb work period City Engineer Chad Shefchik does note that for the safety of the workers he would prefer drivers to take an alternate route away from the work area. Shefchick says during the time periods of removing asphalt, grading, and paving the roads worked on will be closed, to all but those who live within the construction zone.
The city is also in coordination with Wisconsin Public Service to get started with work on South Neenah Ave this year. Shefchik knows many residents are excited about work on that area, but also understands the importance of waiting until WPS gets the gas line replacements completed. He says they are doing well and making good progress.
The roadways listed below will have the existing asphalt pulverized in place. After that is completed, the roadways will be graded and paved. The new asphalt pavement should be completed by Tuesday afternoon, weather permitting:
-Alabama Street from N 3rd Ave to N 5th Ave
-N 4th Ave from Alabama Street to 525 south of Alabama Street
-Alabama Street from N 15th Place to N 18th Ave.
Starting Friday the following roadways will be marked out for concrete curbing and/or sidewalk replacements. They will be cut in the near future with concrete removals and replacements to follow shortly after.
-Memorial Drive from S 3rd Ave to S 9th Ave
-S 9th Ave from Memorial Drive to Texas Street
-N 18th Ave from Michigan Street to Iowa Street
-Alabama Place from Bonnie View Drive east to its termination
-N 6th Ave from Delaware Street to Belmar Street
-Belmar Street from N 6th Ave. to N 5th Ave.