Current City Projects

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Elm Street Storm Sewer Repair

Project Start Date: Monday, January 6, 2020

Scheduled Completion Date: Duration of project is estimated at two months.

Project Location: Elm Street between Floral Ave and Chestnut Street

Work Description: A storm sewer has collapsed on Elm Street, crews are working to repair.

Local Impacts: Elm Street will be closed between Floral Avenue and Chestnut Street for the duration of the work.

Recommended Detours: Vehicles can route around the construction area via Hector Street, Sunrise Road, and Chestnut Street.

No interruptions to water service are expected

Updates will be made available as more information about the nature and duration of this project becomes available

For additional information contact: Supervisor of Streets Cliff Murphy (607) 272-1718

          


Brindley Street Bridge Project

Project Start Date: March 4, 2019

Scheduled Completion Date: December 31, 2020

Project Description and Goal: This project includes the relocation of Brindley Street by connecting Taber Street with the West State Street/Taughannock Boulevard intersection. The existing Brindley Street roadway and structure will remain (with appropriate improvements) and be utilized for pedestrian traffic. The existing bridge will continue to be used by the public during construction of the new bridge and approach roadways until September/October 2020.

As this project is a two-year construction project, timely project updates will be provided to the public as the project progress.

For additional information contact: Addisu Gebre, Bridge Systems Engineer, DPW (607) 274-6530



East State Street Retaining Wall Project

Documents regarding the East State Street Retaining Wall Project can be found here.



Hector Street Complete Street Project

You can find the Design Report for the Hector Street Complete Street Project here.



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