Residents & Businesses,

Please help us distribute this public information meeting notice to your networks. This road work is scheduled currently for next spring/summer, and we know it will be a challenge to coordinate work with the downtown plaza and Middleton Center Phase 3. Please attend to learn more about construction staging and to provide your feedback to the Public Works Committee. Thank you!

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS


CITY OF MIDDLETON PH 608.821.8388 FAX 608.827.1080
7426 HUBBARD AVENUE E-MAIL: sulsrud@cityofmiddleton.us
MIDDLETON, WI 53562-3118 WEB: www.CityofMiddleton.us


October 1, 2019

Re: Aurora St., Elmwood Ave. and Parmenter St. Reconstruction, Project 19-121

In 2020 the City of Middleton plans to reconstruct Aurora St. from Elmwood Ave. north to University Ave., Elmwood Ave. from Aurora St. east to Parmenter St. and Parmenter St. from Terrace Ave. north to University Ave. The project will include new water and sewer along Parmenter St. & Aurora Ave. This project will also include spot repair of curb/gutter, updating ADA ramps at intersections as well as spot repairs to brick pavers in terraces. Streets will be resurfaced with asphalt pavement as well as streetscape improvements along downtown corridors.
Other sidewalk sections will be repaired or replaced in future years as part of the City’s sidewalk maintenance program.
On Monday, October 14 at 6:30 p.m. a public information meeting will be hosted by the Public Works Committee in the Council Chambers at City Hall, with an open house prior to the meeting beginning at 5:30 p.m. You are invited to attend this open house and meeting to discuss any project concerns you might have and to learn more about how this project will affect you. The project plans are not yet available for review, but will soon be posted on the City’s web site.
Property owners may coordinate with the City and County for privately hired plumbing work to replace water or sanitary sewer service laterals. If an upgrade or replacement of a service lateral is desired, it will likely be less expensive if coordinated to occur when this project traffic control is in place and the pavement is removed.
In order to keep business owners informed of planned traffic shifts and other news during the construction project, the City’s web page (Home > Departments > Public Works > Projects > Current Construction Projects) will be updated as information becomes available. When information is updated, an e-mail notice will be sent to interested individuals through the City’s “Notify Me” service. To sign up for e-mail notices, click on the “Notify Me” icon on the City web site (www.cityofmiddleton.us), then click on the “Construction Projects” topic of interest to receive notices by e-mail or phone text.
Sincerely,

Shawn Ulsrud
Engineering Technician
cc: Tom Stetzer, Strand via e-mail only
Jon Solan, Strand via e-mail only
Kathy Olson, District 1 via e-mail only
Abby Attoun, City Planner via e-mail only
Curt Fuszard, Chamber of Commerce via e-mail & Mailing


Elected Officials and Members of City Committees: In order to comply with the Open Meetings Act requirements, please limit any reply to only the sender of this electronic communication

Mike Davis
City Administrator
7426 Hubbard Avenue
Middleton, WI 53562
(608) 821-8358
mdavis@ci.middleton.wi.us

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