About the Project
The project area includes the public Right of Way and City owned parcels along N. Clinton Avenue between and including the intersections of Upper Falls Boulevard in the south and Norton Street in the north.
This project involves the design and construction of public improvements with emphasis on the public pedestrian realm and on-street bicycle accommodation. The proposed streetscape improvements will invite and support pedestrian and bicycle use and safety, highlight and amplify the unique character of the street, relate disparate features of the project area, and contribute to its development as a residential, cultural, and commercial destination.
The project will extend and enhance the elements designed and constructed as part of the 2010 LaAvenida Streetscape Improvement Project.
Phase I Web Site
Mayor Thomas S. Richards submitted legislation to City Council that would accelerate major infrastructure and capital projects planned for future years, creating jobs and allowing for work to begin within a few months. The project will be locally funded with no federal or state funds anticipated. The City’s good credit rating and the unusually low interest rates for municipal debt will allow the City to borrow at historically low rates, putting people to work rebuilding our infrastructure.
Design – December 2014
Construction – Summer 2015 through Fall 2015
- Project Plans
- Project Advisory Committee Meeting #1
- Project Advisory Committee Meeting #2
- Project Advisory Committee Meeting #3
- Public Meeting
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact the City’s Project Manager, Jeff Mroczek by email or (585) 428-7124.