2021 Construction Projects

Sleepy Creek Restoration Project 

Applied Ecological Services was awarded this project for design and construction. This is needed to reduce saturated areas adjacent to the creek, establish a native plantings buffer, improve habitat for pollinator species, and improve water quality before existing the creek. 

Improvements consist channel widening and reshaping, grading, placement of channel river stone erosion control blanket, native prairie plantings, and restoration.  creek improvements have been complete. Native planing will be installed in late 2021 

Public Meeting Presentation 07/30/2020

Pre-Final Permit Review Plans 


2021 MFT Westside Resurface Program 

These improvements are funded with Motor Fuel Tax funds. Awarded to Geske and Sons Inc., work has begun and is anticipated to be complete by the end of summer 2021.  Work consists of 2-inch surface removal and replacement, select base repair, select sidewalk and curb & gutter replacement, pedestrian upgrades, ADA complaint upgrades, minor structure maintenance, pavement markings and restoration. Areas include streets in the Spring Acre Hills Subdivision and select streets in the Shenandoah Subdivision 

2021 MFT Westside Resurface Map


2021 Eastside Resurface Program and Lincoln Avenue Improvements 

These improvements are funded with Village Capital funds. Awarded to Arrow Road Construction, work has begun and is anticipated  to be complete by the end of summer 2021.  Work consists of 2-inch surface removal and replacement, select base repair, carriage walk removal, sidewalk and curb & gutter placement, select sidewalk replacement, ADA complaint upgrades, minor structure maintenance, pavement markings and restoration. These improvements will be completed on Alameda Dr., N. Sacramento Dr., Chippewa Cir., Arrow St., Cherokee Ct., Santa Fe Ave., Sparrow Rd., Garfield Dr., Oak Ridge Ln. and north and south Lincoln Ave.  

2021 Eastside Resurface Map 

 

2021 MFT Sidewalk Replacement and Cutting Programs

The Village uses approximately $100k per year in Motor Fuel Tax funds maintaining public sidewalks. A portion of the Village’s sidewalks are inspected every spring 2021. Sections of failed sidewalks are identified and repaired by either replacing the damaged sections or cutting down a heaved section of sidewalk at the joint. Areas of select repairs for 2021 are TBD. 


2021 CDBG Eastside Roadway Improvement Program

These improvements are funded with Village Capital funds with approximately 50% being reimbursed with grant funding awarded by the Kane County Community Development fund program. Awarded to A-Lamp Concrete Construction, work has begun and is anticipated to be complete by the end of summer. Work will consist of 2-inch surface removal and replacement, select base repair, carriage walk removal, sidewalk and curb & gutter placement, select sidewalk replacement, ADA complaint upgrades, minor structure maintenance, pavement markings and restoration. These improvements will be completed on Harrison Street and Harding Street. 

2021 CDBG Roadway Improvement Map


Bolz Road Reconstruction Project

The Village was awarded $1,312,500 in federal Surface Transportation Program funds with a grant through the Kane Kendall Council of Mayors. These funds will cover approximately 80% of the construction costs. This project was let by the IDOT on January 15th and awarded to A-Lamp Concrete Construction. 

Work consisted of removing the existing concrete pavement and replacing with a new hot mix asphalt section, new curb & gutter and driveway aprons, ADA and pedestrian upgrades, minor storm sewer improvements, pavement markings and restoration. Construction is substantially complete with only the street light assemblies and the connection remaining. These items should be delivered and installed by mid August 2021.  

Bolz Road Reconstruction Map


Wakefield Area Drainage Improvements

The Village completed a drainage study and design for an area within Golf View Lane to the west, Marlboro Circle to the north, Village limits to the east and IL-68 to the south. 

These improvements are funded with Village Capital and Water & Sewer Funds.  Awarded to Berger Excavating, work has begun and is anticipated to be complete this fall.  Work will consist of installing new larger storm sewer and high capacity inlets, creating storm water detention, select water and sanitary sewer improvements, roadway improvements, and restoration.


Longmeadow Parkway Project

This project is under the jurisdiction of the Kane County Division of Transportation. To obtain updates, status and view exhibits and maps of the overall project limits visit the Kane County Division of Transportation website.

Parkway Study Draft (PDF)