Stormwater Drainage and Water Quality Improvement Projects
Projects Under Construction
NW 48th from W Vine to W Adams
Currently a two-lane roadway, NW 48th Street will be constructed as a four-lane divided road between W. Holdrege Street and Highway 34. South of W. Holdrege Street, the road has been designed as a six-lane road to match NDOR’s interchange project, though only five lanes are being built now. The segment between W. Adams Street and Highway 34 is not scheduled for construction at this time, but preliminary design plans have been completed.
Normal from South to 56th - Pavement Repair Project
Construction will include repairing or removing and replacing deteriorated concrete panels, joints and curbs; and sealing joints and cracks. Other work includes removing and replacing damaged storm sewer inlet tops, curb ramps that do not meet Federal and local standards, and replacement of traffic signal elements impacted by the work. Pavement repairs from 48th to 58th are expected to begin September 12, 2016.
"P" St. Streetscape Project
The City of Lincoln Public Works Department is working with the Urban Development Department on the completion of the next phase of the "P" Street Streetscape Project. This project is a part of the greater Downtown Lincoln Master Plan and continues to build on the growth and redevelopment taking place in the Downtown area.
Residential Street Rehabilitation - 2016 Construction Season
- 44th from "M" to "O" – Oct. 27-Nov.11, 2016
- 61st from Adams to Judson – Oct. 19-Nov.11, 2016
Stormwater Improvement Bond Issues
Stormwater improvement bond issues provide for design and construction of urban storm drainage projects, flood reduction projects, stream rehabilitation and waterway work, design and construction of master planned basin projects, water quality projects incorporating best management practices, and preliminary engineering for basin master plans to determine future projects. These improvements reduce stormwater runoff and flooding if major rains occur, reduce flooding impacts from major stream channels, prevent or repair degraded stream channels, and improve water quality.
- Salt Creek Levee Flood Risk Reduction Project
- Information regarding planned levee system improvements, flood risk, preparedness, and the Salt Creek Levee System.