Drainage and Open Spaces

Project Status

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May – June 2014 – Public input meetings
July 2014 – Notice to proceed
July 2014 – Kickoff meeting
August 2014 – Survey
November 2014 – Preliminary design
November 2014 – Preliminary review of comments
March 2015 – Final design
April 2015 – Bid Documents
2018 – Advertise Bid
2018 – Begin Construction

Estimated Project Cost – $2,200,000

Ken Griffin
Director of Engineering/Public Works

“The Woodridge Drainage Channel Improvement is an important project that fits into the 2030 plan portion of Sustainable City Government, Goal 3, Excellent and Well-Maintained City Infrastructure and Facilities. The goal of this project is to create visual enhancements, such as a linear park with a trail, park benches, and water fountain adjacent to the intersection of Sandy Lake Road and MacArthur Boulevard. The design phase is complete and construction should begin in 2018.”

Drainage Improvements.

The goal of this project is to create visual enhancements adjacent to the intersection of Sandy Lake Rd. and MacArthur Blvd. by enclosing the drainage channel and creating a linear park with trail, benches and other features on the west side of MacArthur.