Bryant Lane Area Improvements
Majestic Woodlands Island Review
A virtual meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 4th at 6pm. Please contact Steve Doge firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an invite to this virtual meeting. This meeting will be held virtually on Microsoft Teams.
A feasibility report was prepared and investigated possible street improvements, underground utility improvements, and storm water facility improvements. Based on feedback from residents, we have removed the Blackberry Trail costs from the assessments, which has lowered the proposed assessment for the project. See those details below.
Tentative Project Timeline*:
- Resident Questionnaires: October 2020
- Feasibility Report: Jan 2021
- Virtual Neighborhood Informational Meeting: Monday, Jan. 18
- Public Improvement Hearing: Feb. 22, 2021
- Begin Construction: May 2021
- Schedule Assessment Hearing: Aug. 23, 2021
- Virtual Information Meeting for Assessment Hearing: Sept. 14, 2021
- Assessment Hearing: Sept. 27, 2021
- Substantial Completion: Aug/Sept 2021
*Dates are subject to change based on construction timeline and weather permitting.
This project will provide residential street and drainage improvements in the Bryant Lane neighborhood. The proposed reconstruction project will include improvements to the streets, storm sewer, and overall stormwater management in the project areas. The streets included in this report are:
- Blackberry Trail E from Upper 55th St E to Bryant Lane
- Bryant Lane from Blackberry Trail E to Brent Avenue
- Burke Trail from Bradburry Court to Brent Avenue
- Bradbury Court from cul-de-sac to Burke Trail
- Brent Avenue from Bryant Lane to 110’ south
The City intends to fund the proposed improvements through various methods including the City’s Pavement Management Program (PMP) Fund, special assessments and the City Utility funds. Street and storm sewer costs will be funded by special assessments and the PMP Fund.
Based on feedback from residents, we have removed the Blackberry Trail costs from the assessments, which has lowered the proposed assessment from $12,146 (presented at the virtual open house in January 2021) down to $9,491 per single family parcel.
|Proposed Assessments||*Pavement Management Funds||Utility Funds||TOTAL|
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If you have questions or concerns regarding the work being performed please feel free to contact Assistant City Engineer Steve Dodge 651-450-2541 or email@example.com or consultant project manager, Greg Anderson at 651-490-2172 or firstname.lastname@example.org.