Downtown Woodland Revitalization
(From 5th Street to Bozarth)
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How much will this project cost?
The project construction cost is expected to be about $830,000 with another $170,000 for construction support and utility relocations.
When will the project be built?
Construction will start in early spring and be completed prior to Planter's Days. (mid June, 2003)
How long is this project?
The project begins at the intersection of Davidson Avenue and 5th Street . Total length is about 0.35 miles.
What are the goals of the project?
- Rehabilitate the infrastructure (pavement and sidewalks)
- Install a stormwater collection system
- Improve water quality in the Horseshoe Lake basin
- Enhance the downtown corridor by making it more pedestrian friendly and providing a uniform feel to the entire corridor. Special features include curb extensions to reduce the pedestrian crossing distance at intersections and wider sidewalks to provide room for landscaping and site furnishings (benches, trash receptacles, ornamental street lighting, etc.)
- Place unsightly overhead utilities (power, telephone, and cable TV) in underground ductbanks)
How will the project be funded?
The majority (about $700.000) of the project funding is supplied by a Federal grant. The remainder of the money will be provided by a
variety of state and local funds.
Where can I get more information?
Contact Rob Vander Zanden, Public Works Direct, City of Woodland, at 360.225.7999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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